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Peter J. Lawrence, whose 1969 bestseller “The Peter Principle” satirically provided many insights on the hows and the whys of incompetents working among us, is now being taken more serious...
The skills that made a great performer excel, the aggression and the drive, did not translate well when the same performer was in charge of a team, where other skills like people management come in...
A manager wouldn’t be able to handle a team of specialists (like Doctors or Scientists) efficiently, without any direct experience. This makes excelling at the current role a huge requirement for a...
Apart from a regular performance review, some companies have started a different form of appraisal called the management potential review, which essentially gauges the leadership s...
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A study looked at promotions and performance of some 40,000 sales workers across 131 firms.
It showed that the best salespeople as measured by sales revenue are more likely to be promoted (top figure) but their value added as managers actually declines in their sales revenues (bottom figure).
However, If firms promoted workers on the basis of managerial potential rather than current performance, employees may have fewer incentives to work as hard.
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