Three pitfalls of self-management (part 1)
Lisa Gill

Perhaps you could think of management/self-management as a polarity not a problem. A problem has a solution. In a polarity there are generally two sides — each has some advantages and some disadvantages (consider centralization / decentralization in a large organization). What often happens is companies get into an endless loop going to one side in search of the advantages then back to the other side when they experience the disadvantages. Better to have eyes open about the plus and minus of both sides and chart a course based on expediency in the current context.

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