Tuesday, January 3, 2012

Personnel Management I.

Unfortunately too many of our fancies we assume to be facts and they are accepted as such without question.  To make meaningful decisions about people we must question, exhaustively and objectively.  We must, as far as we can, remove the emotive content which so easily clouds objectivity, by striving for a scientific approach: 'going out and looking' and then when taking action being sure that it is based on knowledge - not fancy, fantasy or hearsay.  There is no substitute for painstaking study.  We must arm ourselves with both general and specific knowledge about people and situations before we can consider ourselves properly equipped to do so much about them.  This is undoubtedly the most difficult, but it is also the most important and the most rewarding task that the manager can undertake.

Reading this made me realized that I may have a glaring problem.  In my personal life.



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