This is interesting but an explanation of why would be helpful.
Eric Alford
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Hi Eric, I think the original author of that quote meant in the sense that when a manager says that, he or she is directly or indirectly reducing the possible “next actions” that can come out from the meeting, as many team members will decide (consciously or not) that there is no point sharing their “crazy idea” given that the manager already proposed one.

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