Apparently the world of business has finally cottoned on to what we’ve all known for years: managers are crap. And before all my friends with ‘manager’ in their title get upset, don’t worry, I’m one of you…
A study in New Zealand suggests abandoning rules and letting children take risks might be better for everyone in the long run. What lessons can we learn if we hold this example as a mirror to the adult world?
Can you imagine going in to work tomorrow and being told you don’t have a manager anymore? Now imagine how that would impact your own role, and whether that is for better or worse. Welcome to a working environment where roles overlap instead of being stacked on top of each other.