Incompetent Managers - Incompetent Managers Managers that...

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Incompetent Managers Managers that are in denial are managers that don’t want to face the real line of work duties. They don’t want to believe that there is a problem so they don’t have to do anything about fixing it. We would look for managers that don’t want to believe that we need to change the process of something that they know it doesn’t work right. Managers that are playing it by the numbers are managers that are always looking and consulting the rule book. They are managers that don’t want to use their head to find a result but it should be in the rule book and if it is not, it is nothing they have to worry about fixing. Managers that are buck passing are managers that pass the problem to another manager or to another department so that they don’t have to worry about fixing it. They are managers that cannot decide what to do. Managers that are obfuscation managers are aware of the problem but try to confuse the employee so that they get tired of explaining themselves and just give up. They are lazy managers that would rather prolong the problem instead of finding a way to solve the problem.
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