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Any supervisor crazy enough to remove someone can be sued Private sectors do not have poor performers Some employees cannot or will not improve Proactive management can guarantee the improvement of performance 5
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Myth of Rising Cream Good managers appear from no-holds barred competitions A dangerous and destructive myth Appeal to aggressive and chaotic mentality The downfall of most potentially great managers Presupposes that leadership and management are innate 6
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Manager as Hero Myth Managers can do everything better than anyone else Creates unnecessary dependencies between employees and managers Mandate dependent thinking and decision-making Managers subscribe to a “do-it-for-you” method of managing talent 7
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Myth of Extrinsic Incentives People are interested in money They change jobs for increases in pay Deming posits that a person is born with intrinsic motivation This motivation is superior to bonuses and incentives 8
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Myth of Management by Numbers Approves the use of quotas and numerical objectives Forced employees to meet numbers at all costs Make managers overlook essential process of attaining such targets Measurement systems need to be used in a balanced way Managers need to consider unknown or unknowable figures 9
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Works Cited Deming, W. Edwards. The new economics for industry, government, education . MIT press, 2018. Kurke, Martin I., and Ellen M. Scrivner, eds. Police psychology into the 21st century . Psychology Press, 2013. Moen, Ronald D., and Clifford L. Norman. "Circling back: Clearing up myths about the Deming cycle and seeing how it keeps evolving. " Quality Progress, vol. 43, no. 11, 2010, p. 22. 10
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