I finally got this concrete out of the Colorado earth—using every tool I own.
But at least I had the tools.
This image provides us a clear message: People can succeed—and usually do—when they have the right tools.
But in this missive, we’re not talking about physical tools like shovels, vehicles, computers, and smart phones—but rather knowledge, skills, and competencies.
And the responsibility for people acquiring tools like these through “training and development” lies with, um, whom exactly?
1) Managers, with whom we share this truth:4 CommentsBy John G. Miller