Thriving on Chaos: Handbook for a Management Revolution
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In The Intuitive Manager, journalist Roy Rowan reports: "[Ross] Perot claims he
operated a memo-less company. Like Napoleon, who reputedly tossed out all
written reports from his generals, figuring he'd already heard the important news,
Have you staved off your boss (or staff experts) who want status reports ("He's
awfully young, I assume you're on top of this")? Have you avoided excessive
reporting (a paragraph a week is okay — preferably handwritten; 10 pages is not
He suggested we should make quality costs a quarterly report instead of a
monthly report. That seemed rational. Quality costs do not change all that rapidly,
and he said it would save the divisional controllers, who were already greatly ...
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