Another book announcement today. A book by J. Keith Murnighan called: “Do Nothing” . Murnighan, an award winning professor at the Kellogg school of management, teaches you to find your teammembers who are good at their job and get out of their way, letting them do what they are good at and what they were hired to do. In our articles about resources we also underline this point. What good is it to hire folks and then not get the best out of them but rather insert yourself in every process so it stalls creativity and productivity? The book will come out in June, make sure you find it by that time.
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