Rol in your response to my posting about mistakes leading to success,
>I disagree. First, my boss already knows that failure leads to success
>_some_ of the time. However, failure does not always and inevitably lead
> to success. In a highly competitive environment, prudent behavior will
>lead one to balance the wins with the losses to some extent.
I'm glad to hears you boss knows that. Yes you have to win and be
successful. The concern I'm noting is your perceived 'management of
management'. If your management needs managing from below, as you've
indicated, is this a model for future and long term success?
Or am I out in left field with my own perception of what you've said!
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