Picture Post: Your View Vs Management View August 28th, 2012

Vinod Kumar

Because a thing seems difficult for you, do not think it impossible for anyone to accomplish – Marcus Aurelius

There are a number of posts on this blog where I talk about leadership and Management behaviors. I wanted to take a easy shot at a simple concept in a funny way. Don’t take the analogy too harsh. Sometimes it is being cognizant of the fact and taking the corrective actions.

If you remember your performance review in the past year, maybe there is something you can correlate :).

The picture surely can bring a laugh at the same time has enough food for thought too. Being self critical and doing the right assessment of your work from an organization point of view is important. Don’t just keep thinking from your point of view. And the vice-versa is also applicable – I don’t say the organization view is always right. As I sign off this picture post, was reminded of the following quote.

Management is efficiency in climbing the ladder of success; leadership determines whether the ladder is leaning against the right wall – Stephen R. Covey

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7 Responses to “Picture Post: Your View Vs Management View”

  1. Saad says:

    One point to note about this picture is that irrespective of the view, there is always a “little more” one can do :)

  2. Sudeepta says:

    Liked the concept:
    How much more you can do = What you do

    Heard this in past. Great post, Sir !!

  3. Nilesh says:

    This picture post shows the reality. Both management and employee hardly have consensus on things. But when both of them agree, they grow together.

    Thanks for this wonderful post! :)

    • Vinod Kumar says:

      Couldn’t agree more on the consensus part, if both agree there is lots to do together !!! The Employer understands your strengths and you know what the organization wants – a true win-win situation. Thanks for the comment Nilesh.

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