Overcoming the Peter Principle
Most leaders are also subordinates, most subordinates are also leaders.
A good follower have almost the same traits as a good leader. If everyone could manage themselves, commit to the organization, competent, courageous, honest, and credible, then Peter Principle would probably never have been written.
SIMILAR ARTICLES & IDEAS:
Also known as The Peter principle of Incompetence, it claims that people who do their job well are promoted to positions of greater responsibility, and so on, until they reach a position in whic...
The Dilbert Principle refers to the idea that incompetent employees are being promoted to prevent them from causing harm, since higher level positions don't need to be involved in the production of the company, while people that perform well are retained to production jobs, to keep the company going forward.
The Dilbert Principle is just a variation of the Peter Principle and critics think that this principle is only valuable for amusement.
Is a famous comic strip created by Scott Adams that shows a humorous look in office life, but also manifests lessons on behavioral economics.
In a series of cartoons published throughout the 1990s, he coined the term the Dilbert Principle. The concept was so successful that in 1996 the book “The Dilbert Principle” was created, which became very successful and it ended up selling over a million copies.
When a person is promoted, they usually turn to different responsibilities and roles which requires completely different skills and insights.
Later on, the company will notice that they made ...
Experience is a good thing, but this does not automatically make an employee the best person to be promoted to a more responsible job.
Before promoting an employee, the company should know the employee's level of knowledge, skills and ambitions. They should know if that person really deserves that spot.
The Saul Syndrome is based on a biblical character named King Saul who crumbled because of his lack of character and integrity. And because of his pride, he disobeyed the Lord's command. Saul’...
Peter principle is about promoting people to their level of incompetence.
Saul syndrome promotes people beyond their integrity and character.
Because a leader must teach his followers not only to be competent, but to also develop their character as they progress.