Most senior managers struggle with culture because it's so difficult to define. Even less tangible than a "soft" concept, culture is more like a cloud: You know it's there, but it's nearly impossible to grasp.
Managers often have a parental dilemma: they need subordinates to achieve a certain result, but want them to have a choice about how to do it. Read Post
Dysfunctional or outdated organizational designs can make it difficult for managers to operate effectively. Here are some steps that managers can take towards simplifying their own structure. Read Post