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Wednesday, March 16, 2005

What's the difference? The gap between how senior executives and managers look at the business world

Link - Over the course of more than a year of research, the authors of this article have noticed a difference in the viewpoints of senior executives and managers on a host of workplace and business issues. The differences are not necessarily negative, but they do reflect a disparity of view of parts of the business world and how each level functions on a day-to-day basis. For example, 38 percent of senior executives (CEO, chairman, president, senior vice president, general manager, etc.) say their workload has increased significantly compared to two years ago. At the same time, 53 percent of managers (assistant vice president, director, manager, supervisor, etc.) say their workload has increased significantly. So more managers feel they have taken on more of the burden.

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