Thursday, March 30, 2006

Managing Your Boss

Jacques Horovitz on 10 rules to manage your boss. An excerpt:

Turn grapes into wine: you are supposed to analyze the results of a market survey, and not be the mailman who passes the thick document full of statistics to your boss. So be selective; be visual; group the data; bring out what is essential. Data overload creates stress, which in turn can create denial, rejection, and numbness. As a manager, you are paid to collect the grapes (data), and turn them into wine, i.e. useful information.

Read it
all here.

[Hat tip:
Tim Riley’s City Desk ]

1 comment:

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