2 Dec

Well it’s Friday and I’m at work thinking about mysterious management.  MM is what I call it.  It’s a means that managers give a sense of importance to an activity and A LOT of data, but not the “why.” 

Managers typically hate whys, because it brings up challenge, because the issue is complicated, because they don’t fully understand the why themselves–so they will give information, but not reasons, or a reason why this issue is important and not why this answer is the appropriate one to take.  So you end up getting to mysterious management.  Also managers will be very stingy with whether things are being donw because they chose it, or because upstairs pushed it on them, things like that.

MYSTERIOUS MANAGEMENT=a great way to have employees be aimless and not care. 

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