Some People Are On the Back Seat

Posted: September 15, 2010 in Uncategorized
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Sorry, but I don’t buy this “we’re all leaders” stuff. The job of HR, finance, IT, supply, etc, is to support the operational core of the business, because they are the ones getting the strategic results with the customers. That’s the core’s job. Sure, they can provide advice and influence decisions and culture, but they would be better leading themselves and their functions properly than giving advice to operators. Besides, if they want to be in charge of operations or strategic leaders in organizations, then they should transfer to the operational side, get the experience there, and answer for results.

© 2010 Richard Martin. Reproduction and quotes authorized with proper attribution.

Comments
  1. Cesar says:

    Maybe we all have leadership abilities. But given every situation, we may go sometimes on the back seat, or sometimes commanding the ship.

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