Commentary by management consultant Michael Wade on Leadership, Ethics, Management, and Life
Thursday, March 28, 2013
When No Hassle Leads to No Hassle
Preventing a crisis can be a hassle. Standards need to be enforced . . . and that's a hassle. Incompetents need to be turned around or removed . . . and that's a hassle. Plans must be reviewed, assumptions challenged, and facts found. All of those can be huge hassles. That's why people avoid doing what should be done.
But have you noticed how that word disappears when a crisis is at the door?