So glad to read someone with a sensible view on this. Surely if you have mature, committed, trustworthy adults working in an organisation and you manage them by objectives (output/outcomes) then you don’t need to micro-manage and police them and turn them into clock-watching office rats? Sure, these days it’s hard to find mature, committed adults, but once you have found the right calibre of person, surely you can trust them and just let them get on with the job, no matter where they may be? Maybe I am alone in this view? Would love to hear your thoughts.
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