Why Managers Fail? – Part 2

Following on from my first article #WhyManagersFail here is another challenge I faced in the same National Business Unit. The Business Unit was growing at a fast pace. Most of the staff were a diverse group of young technical graduates fresh out of college. The pressure of fast growth, customer expectations, long hours and inter-divisional politics all contributed to a pressure cooker environment. The team was very boisterous, vibey and full of testosterone. The Management team and I initially struggled to keep this growing team focussed and motivated…

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