THE MANAGEMENT JOURNEY
“To lead people, walk behind them”.
2500 years ago, Lao Tzu stated the simplest definition of a manager. However, a good example can also be found in the wild. Let's imagine a pack of wolves moving through the mountains. The first wolves in the pack are the weak and sick ones. Because any team moves at the speed of the slowest member. The power of each wolf resides in the pack, as the power of the pack resides in each wolf. Here we can recognize the unity of a department as well as the individual and shared responsibilities of the team.
But where is the alpha element?
Where is the manager?
He is the last one. Behind the pack. From this position, he can identify any type of danger or threat for his team.