Back in the Frederick Taylor days around the turn of the 20th century, managers used a “hierarchical” approach to leading their employees. The work was fairly straightforward, information flowed down from the leader to each of the employees, and employees … Continue reading
Have you ever witnessed a manager who failed to step up and address a one-time problem with a specific solution, but rather created a general “policy” to regulate all employee behavior? This is not only indirect and unclear communication, but … Continue reading
This is an awesome activity for developing cooperation among team members and to gain problem-solving experience. It works best with groups of 4 to 8 people and requires 10 to 15 minutes.