In many organizations, promotions into management are based on little else beyond good job performance and tenure. However, being great at one’s job doesn’t necessarily mean that a person will be a good manager. For example, an employee can have large sales numbers but be too aggressive to manage people. Similarly, producing a high volume of product on an assembly line doesn’t qualify one to make schedules or delegate responsibility.
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