May 1, 2007

Psychological research supports delegation

My reading of this article is that it says that people in charge should concentrate on the people and on setting policy at their level because they're unlikely to be open to lower-level issues.

"There are good components to power's effects on a person, in that it helps lead people to action, but sometimes these actions are misguided because the powerful have not taken other perspectives into account," Galinsky said. "It's like having a gas pedal without a good steering wheel."

Posted by stevef at May 1, 2007 2:54 PM | TrackBack
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