The Management Paradoxon

People with influence on the system are usually too high up (and therefore too far away) to recognize concrete organizational problems, and People who are experiencing organizational issues and see potential solutions are too low to drive changes to the system. In short: “You’re either too far away or too powerless”. This problem occurs in…

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Personal Objectives, Performance Evaluations and Employee Ratings

Update 3/22/2020: A new study documents the negative effects of performance evaluations and finds an antidote. Benefits of subordinate’s feedback: A field experiment of the University of Cambride and the Ohio State University, shows that subordinate’s criticism makes managers more creative! Every year again, the phase of setting personal objectives comes. Because of  to the…

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