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January 28, 2014

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This was really good for me to read. When you manage a large team, you often second guess your abilities. I recently was asked to take over a large product development team to turn it around. Despite being surrounded by brilliant minds, I quickly realized they had gotten stuck in old habits and lost their edge. There was one day when I asked what I thought was an obvious question that would easily be countered, but it literally silenced the room. "Rather than do this part over and over, why don't we just reuse the same one as last time and place our energy on the more difficult problems?" As I like to say, 'ask the obvious questions' and you'll be amazed by the answers. Great post! Check me out (www.managersresourcehandbook.com)

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