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February 17, 2010


Gordon R. Clogston

Building expertise while creating a framework to monitor, guide, and transition responsibility in a more systematic way is right on target with what is needed to prepare the next generation of leaders.

In my early career, I remember feeling abandoned in some positions as it appeared the assignment of the role and granting of the title were all that were required to render me an expert. Frightening to say the least.

Great article. Keep them coming.

Roy Krueger

I think another key point is that the boss needs to identify his/her critical information requirements (CIR), meaning that if certain events or actions happen the boss expects to be notified immediately. This requires some thought to define what these events are. A CIR list lays out for subordinates what the boss feels he/she must be involved in.

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