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What do we do to people? by Tony Jackson

We’re nearing the end of this series responding to the statement that “There is no such thing as Management”. Today’s post, our 12th so far, comes from Tony Jackson (@JacksonT0ny)(@ChelshamConsult), a fellow twitter juggler like me!. A nicely provocative piece of writing, I think it holds some truths that are just not spoken enough.  I hope you enjoy … Continue reading

A thought on the contribution of management by Ian Critchley

We’re nearing the end of this series responding to the statement that “There is no such thing as Management”. Today’s post, our 11th so far, comes from Ian Critchley (@iangcritchley), a fellow coach and supporter of the EMCC. Ian’s narrative provides a really interesting way to frame our thinking on the capability & contribution of management. I hope you … Continue reading

Without management there is no business by Sukh Pabial

For the last few weeks I been hosting a series of guest posts sharing perspectives in response to the statement that “There is no such thing as Management”. I’m delighted to share this 10th guest post from my very good friend Sukh Pabial (@sukhpabial). An avid blogger and tweeter, Sukh is passionate about how we can make a difference … Continue reading

A recipe for management by Tim Scott

It’s week 5 in this series responding to the statement that “There is no such thing as Management”. Today’s insight & perspective on management, the ninth guest post, comes from Tim Scott (@TimScottHR). It’s a lovely blend of philosophy and analogy grounded in real practice. I hope you enjoy reading it! A recipe for management Intuitively, my first … Continue reading

We’re busy managing by Helen Tracey

Welcome to the eighth guest post in this series responding to the statement that “There is no such thing as Management”. Today’s post comes from Helen Tracey (@HRPotential). It’s another great piece of writing full of challenge & perspective – I particularly like Helen’s point about cult status. What do you think? We’re busy managing A few years ago I was sent … Continue reading

Management, the new leadership by Meg Peppin

Welcome to the 4th week in this series and the 7th guest blog post in response to the statement that “There is no such thing as Management”. Today’s post comes from Meg Peppin (@OD_Optimist). Sharing her own experiences,  I like the sense of balanced management versus unbalanced leadership her piece conveys. I hope you enjoy reading it! Management, the new leadership Amongst … Continue reading

Management – What’s in a word? by Kate Hargreaves

Welcome to the sixth guest post in this series. I hope you’ve enjoyed the sharing of perspectives in response to the statement that “There is no such thing as Management”. Today’s post comes from Kate Hargreaves (@k8clearthinker). Sharing her own experiences,  I really like Kate’s thinking on the “human P’s”. I hope that you enjoy her post! Management – What’s … Continue reading

If leadership is the answer – what’s the question? by Jon Kendall

We’re close to halfway through this series responding to the statement that “There is no such thing as Management”. I do hope you that you are enjoying it. This fifth guest post comes from Jon Kendall (@jon_kendall). I really like Jon’s provocation here – it’s more than food for thought I think. What do you think? If leadership … Continue reading

Which came first, Leadership or Management? by Margaret Burnside

Welcome to the fourth guest post in this series. I hope you’ve enjoyed the sharing of perspectives in response to the statement that “There is no such thing as Management”. Today’s post comes from my good friend, collaborator and near neighbour Margaret Burnside (@MargaretBurnsid). With boundless energy, Margaret is one of those generous & ethical people you find in … Continue reading

Funny Things Words… by Paul Deemer

Welcome to the third guest post in this series responding to the statement that “There is no such thing as Management”. This post comes from Paul Deemer. If like me you follow Paul on Twitter (@NHSE_Paul), then you’ll know him for his passion for equality, diversity & human rights.  He’s one of those special people whose ethics & values … Continue reading

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