Date Added: Jan 2010
A routine study of managers and supervisors seeking answers as to why certain managers are successful and others seem to fail. It is somewhat difficult to find a truly good manager. But it really is not all that difficult to identify the attributes that separate good managers from average or bad ones. Contrary to what some business owners and executives believe, a significant problem in any business is identifying, hiring, and keeping qualified and effective management personnel. There seems to be such a dearth of good managers that organizations tend to accept mediocrity as a way of life rather than deal with the difficult issues of turning bad managers out. Bad managers can have a very detrimental impact on an organization.