common time-management mistake: rack & stack
nathan at atlasnetworks.us
Fri Feb 17 08:34:36 UTC 2012
> With apologies to Randy, let the CCNAs fight with label makers.
No, your CTO shouldn't be racking and stacking routers all the time. The fundamental concept of an organizational hierarchy dictates that. But a CTO who has lost touch with the challenges inherent in racking and stacking a router can't effectively support his team. See the TV series 'undercover boss' for a (possibly trite and clichéd) example of this.
"Your position never gives you the right to command. It only imposes on you the duty of so living your life that others can receive your orders without being humiliated."
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