Do you ever get that feeling?
That niggling suspicion that you’re managed by the organisation you’re supposed to be managing? That you are spending tons of time reporting how the business was doing last month? That you are communicating the latest corporate business initiative that holds no local relevance? That you are attending meetings that are not only a source of frustration, but that also steal large chunks of your time? At the end of another day, do you conclude that, instead of being the manager of your organisation, you are officially being managed by its systems, structures and reporting requirements?
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