“Managers Can Only Influence, Not Enforce”

  • Ethical matters.
  • Things that require coordination like having a meeting, which can’t happen if different people want to meet at different times.
  • Decisions that have a long-term implication.
  • Level 1: Not good at teamwork.
  • Level 2: Effective team member, but with constant direction from their manager.
  • Level 3: Manager of one.

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Consulting CTO. Earlier: Google | Founder | CTO | Advisor

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