In order to become a better manager, you must first understand that personnel management really comes down to three basic things, says Tom Fuhrmann, of DairyWorks Management System in
Systems that are in control. (Systems are the protocols that define how the work is to be done.)
People who implement the systems correctly.
Monitoring to assure that both the people and systems are in control.
In addition, Fuhrmann says a small dose of skepticism is beneficial. That way, as you monitor results, you also can look at management from the standpoint of “is there a better or a more cost-effective way to do this?” This helps you improve your systems on a continuous basis.