The coming collapse of average managers, employees
from Harvard Business Review
Michael Schrage writes, "'Whip your thoroughbreds.' That's the phrase I kept hearing from Jack Welch-era high potential managers hurtling up GE's global hierarchies. Brutally simple and simply brutal, this Welchian aphorism disproportionately drove top management behavior. The company found it got far greater value working its best people harder than by pushing its multitudes of 'better than average' managers to work smarter. The numbers were compelling."
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