Too often it is simply the best techie who becomes the manager when there is an unexpected opening in leadership. They are raised up regardless of training, leadership background, or management skills. To put it bluntly, this is a recipe for disaster.
In a typical IT organization, the majority of the individual contributors report to front-line managers. So the inadequate lea...
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