The best managers know that relentlessly pushing for more from employees doesn’t work. The best strategy is to create an environment where people can thrive and realize their full potential. The 1950’s image of a factory foreman admonishing cowering workers to increase widget production is long dead and buried. Unfortunately, not every manager is enlightened, and some actually think their job is to bully, hector and dictate rather than inspire, support and defend. Read the rest of this column at Information Week.
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