If we were asked about the quality of our individual and group management, we would likely answer positively. The conclusion might be, “whatever our problems our shortcomings are, it’s not our management.” If it were, that would be self-condemning, and who wants to do that. We are confident of our knowledge and how we apply it as managers, right? And yet, despite our knowledge, experience, and talent, and all the management content available to us to fill in our gaps, we still struggle with executing consistently effective management.
Here’s a read that I think can help.