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WEiRD MYTHS WE BELIEVE in B U S I N E S S Erlet Shaqe,
The boss has the best ideas
Get everything started now so it looks like were making progress
Everything is priority 1
My staff cant make a good decision
Leadership only comes from the top
The driver is the only effective leadership style
Its better to motivate rather than inspire
Individual utilization is more important than team effectiveness
It must be right the first time
Ambiguity must be eliminated before we start
We can predict and commit to what well build this year
The truth is dangerous
My title reflects my credibility
More due diligence will give me the answer I want
Bad news is our enemy
The project is 90% complete
Its all about me
My staff is focused on my career advancement
The job of my staff is to deliver work for me
Centralized control is the key to enterprise scale
Change can only happen incrementally
The process should guarantee that I will not fail
Specialization will lead to more productivity
If we predict the future we can be predictable
More precision in my estimates will make them more accurate
Talent doesnt matter. The process will fix it
I cant trust my staff to manage a budget
Performance reviews matter
My staff must be 110% utilized
Increased pressure on my staff will drive productivity
We cant do that because its not part of the plan
Stick to the plan even though the world has changed
If I dont check my blackberry the world will fall apart
If we let our Talent make decisions theyll spin out of control
Radical Transparency will diminish my power
Loyalty is more important than competence
Creativity doesnt scale
There is no room for failure
Theres no need in business to focus on humanity
Think about it.
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