Managers often find themselves trapped in the middle of situations that aren't theirs to solve. Say one of your team members comes to you pleading that you compel another of your direct reports to handling something a certain way.
“We are a conservative company, so we are just starting our agile transformation,” the manager told me. “But we expect big things from it: faster delivery, easier recruiting, happier customers.” “Interesting objectives,” I thought to myself.
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Every finance department and CFO aspires that the function that he/she leads adds value to the business. Finance and the role of a CFO in being a driver rather than just being a record keeper is now a part of virtually every finance transformation session.
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“I don’t want to do anything to deter anyone from believing there is power in the group, in the network. But it also seems like there is a lot of rhetoric the last few years against the power of one person, against ‘hero worship.’ Don’t get me wrong—I’m n