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How NOT to Lead Geeks

  1. Downplay training

  2. Give no recognition

  3. Plan too much overtime

  4. Use management-speak

  5. Try to be smarter than the geeks

  6. Act inconsistent

  7. Ignore the geeks

  8. Make decisions without consulting them

  9. Don?t give them tools

  10. Forget that geeks are creative workers

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  1. Very true.. Thanks for the tips.

  2. How NOT to Lead Geeks...

    [...]Downplay training
    Give no recognition
    Plan too much overtime
    Use management-speak
    Try to be smarter than the geeks
    Act inconsistent
    Ignore the geeks
    Make decisions without consulting them
    Don?t give them tools
    Forget that geeks are creative work...


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