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Tuesday, May 17, 2005


Thoughts on is Management an oxymoron?
A combination of contradictory terms.

Cool heat, eloquent silence, glowing darkness, cold tea, hot ice cream, smooth Pune traffic, sweet spices, ugly beauty, golden silver, smart and so on.

Yes, it is. The best managers don't manage. They tell people things to do and let their people surprise them with results. That's the essence of a manager.
Set a target. Give a deadline. And Boss, leave them alone.

The other way is what they teach in Business schools.
Management is an art and science. Lead people, motivate them, take them to greater heights, achieve professional success, and progress by applying the principles and practices of management by doing analysis, showing case studies, and finding ways based on best practices of successful organizations.