5 Ways To Lose Your Best IT Talent
Good advice in itself (look for the opposite of the status quo to satisfy good employees), but in some places a bit too broad for my tastes. Everyone hates bureacracy when it gets in their way (low-level employees would say management are the ones who love it!) Everyone thinks they're a good employee, and confirmation bias is bound to kick in when your expense isn't funded (the other guy's is dumb!) Like it or not, some time that routine maintenance does have to get done, and if the same innovation-lover from number two volunteers to do it with gumption when that time comes, that may prove he's all the more valuable. In other words, many of these seem subjective or not mutually exclusive. Plus, Plenty of orgs may be mandated by compliance or security reasons to avoid these rules, and while there's culture advice to be taken to heart, they also have to judge their employees by unique standards.