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Why the Most Productive People Don’t Always Make the Best Managers

Why the Most Productive People Don’t Always Make the Best Managers

Harvard Business Review - Jack Zenger and Joseph Folkman

When a company needs a supervisor for a team, senior leaders often anoint the team’s most productive performer. Some of these stars succeed in their new role as manager; many others do not. And when they fail, they tend to leave the organization, costing the company double: Not only has the team …

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