Brilliant idea!

This is what I am talking about! Thank you. Incentivizing the adoption of professional, positive management techniques is the best thing I have heard all day.

It’s like these people reached inside my brain:

“People in this sector, just like scientists and doctors, get promoted because of their issue expertise and then no one really ever teaches them how to manage,” said Jerry Hauser, the center’s chief executive and a former consultant at McKinsey & Company. “Then it becomes a vicious cycle, where the next generation coming up in an organization comes up under someone who doesn’t know how to manage.”

Now I know where I want to go work.

Link: NY Times: Philanthropists Start Requiring Management Training 

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