How do we convince our management that top-down decision-making may be hurting our business?
—Indecisive on Decisions, software/services, Worcester, Massachusetts
Our organization is conflicted about certifications for coaches. The HR department wants to send our internal coaches/managers through a certification program, but upper management first wants to do a cost-benefit analysis. How do we make the case?
—No Playbook, logistics and transportation, Santa Barbara, California
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