Most people view office politics as a bad thing. I'm here to convince you otherwise.
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If you're in management, you'll eventually manage people who know more than you do about their field. How can you be a useful manager to them?
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A common request is to measure the effectiveness of a team. Is it possible? Is it the right thing to do? Are there alternatives?