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There are many things I admire about A. His modesty and ability to listen — and I mean really listen, not just pretend — impressed me when I first met him in , and when I spoke with again last year I found him unchanged, even after all the praise he has received. But perhaps the thing I admire most about A. Hammering on such old and simple themes, A. Cries for the reinvention of management and claims that we have to discard old models are made by every generation of gurus. When I read it for the first time, I realized that a big reason every generation thinks that its solutions are new is because it thinks its challenges are brand new.
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What Every New Generation of Bosses Has to Learn
Why I Wrote The No Asshole Rule
My father always told me to avoid assholes at all costs, no matter how rich or powerful they might be, because I would catch their nastiness and impose it on others. I worked in an academic department at Stanford where we openly talked about the no asshole rule and used it in hiring decisions. I had published other articles in HBR , longer and more well-researched ones, but nothing had provoked such a strong response. The first example was the most common, and it reflected the pain that people feel when they are treated terribly, whether they are models, engineers, or CEOs who feel abused by their boards.
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The No Asshole Rule: Building a Civilized Workplace and Surviving One That Isn't
But scant attention is devoted to a problem that plagues every workplace: Assholes. Sutton then uses in-depth research and analysis to show how managers can eliminate mean-spirited and unproductive behavior while positively channeling some of the virtues of assholes to generate an asshole free-and newly productive-workplace. Skip to main content. The Experience Overview of Experience. About Our Degree Programs.
A study of American workers released in March found that 44 percent of Americans reported they have worked for an abusive boss. They surveyed a representative sample of 1, American adults within the past two weeks, which resulted in interviews with workers. Things are even worse in some occupations, notably medicine. A longitudinal study of nearly 3, medical students from 16 medical schools was just published in The British Medical Journal. Erica Frank and her colleagues at the Emory Medical School found that 42 percent of seniors reported being harassed by fellow students, professors, physicians, or patients; 84 percent reported they had been belittled and 40 percent reported being both harassed and belittled.