Michael Porter



Rafael Vasconcellosцитирует2 года назад
you’re leading an organization of five people, it may make sense to delegate specific tasks such as drafting a piece of marketing material or selling to a particular customer. In an organization of fifty people, your focus may shift from tasks to projects and processes. At five hundred people, you often need to delegate responsibility for specific products or platforms. And at five thousand people, your direct reports may be responsible for entire businesses.
Rafael Vasconcellosцитирует2 года назад
Decision making becomes more political—less about authority, and more about influence. That isn’t good or bad; it’s simply inevitable.
Rafael Vasconcellosцитирует2 года назад
First, the issues you’re dealing with become much more complex and ambiguous when you move up a level—and your ability to identify “right” answers based solely on data and analysis declines correspondingly. Decisions are shaped more by others’ expert judgments and who trusts whom, as well as by networks of mutual support.
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