Link Details

Link 497585 thumbnail
User 452305 avatar

By fifthposition
via agile.dzone.com
Published: Oct 07 2010 / 16:11

At the end of the day, you're probably a bad manager. Most managers are. If you cling to the fantasy that you're good, you'll be much less likely to reach out and try to improve. If you're already good, then why bother? But if you realize that you're bad... if you accept it, and embrace it, then you have two choices.
  • 37
  • 0
  • 3666
  • 55

Comments

Add your comment
User 265881 avatar

Topnotch replied ago:

0 votes Vote down Vote up Reply

Excellent stuff!!! Too bad that the people who really need it likely won't read it or if it was sent to them they would likely want to fire the sender. Sad.

User 393686 avatar

RawThinkTank replied ago:

0 votes Vote down Vote up Reply

Recent i tried to team with an ex manager from a huge company with tons of experience, few months and we had to break away.

He just knew how to put down others and order like everyone is his slave and only he has a brain, even though he is incapable of thinking. i tried my best to work with him but .....

User 393686 avatar

RawThinkTank replied ago:

0 votes Vote down Vote up Reply

And lets hope that the compilers actually use one core to compile and another core to handle all inputs and outputs.

User 377903 avatar

sciske replied ago:

1 votes Vote down Vote up Reply

Great article. My response and looking to seeing more of your posts:

http://www.dzone.com/links/insights_of_youre_a_bad_manager_embrace_it.html

Add your comment


Html tags not supported. Reply is editable for 5 minutes. Use [code lang="java|ruby|sql|css|xml"][/code] to post code snippets.

Java Performance Optimization
Written by: Pierre-Hugues Charbonneau
Featured Refcardz: Top Refcardz:
  1. Design Patterns
  2. OO JS
  3. Cont. Delivery
  4. Java EE7
  5. HTML5 Mobile
  1. Node.js
  2. Debugging JavaScript
  3. OO JS
  4. JSON
  5. Ajax