Las 12 grandes mentiras del management

1. “Los empleados son nuestro bien más valioso”.
2. “Yo sigo una política de puertas abiertas.”
3. “Bajo el nuevo plan podrá ganar más dinero”.
4. “El futuro es brillante”.
5. “Recompensamos a quienes asumen riesgos”.
6. “El rendimiento será recompensado”.
7. “No matamos al mensajero”.
8. “La formaci’n es una de nuestras principales prioridades”.
9. “No he oído comentar ningún rumor”.
10. “Revisaremos su rendimiento dentro de seis meses”.
11. “Nuesta gente es la mejor”.
12. “Su opinión es muy importante para nosotros”.

El principio de Dilbert
El principio de Dilbert alude a una observación satírica de los años 1990 que afirma que las compañías tienden a ascender sistemáticamente a sus empleados menos competentes a cargos directivos para limitar así la cantidad de daño que son capaces de provocar.

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Las 12 grandes mentiras del management directivo de Yoriento.
El principio de Dilbert (por Scott Adams)

Inspirado por nuestro M.Miguel R.M.

Opportunity circula por Marte de nuevo


Opportunity’s traverse map from Sol 2951 (May 13 on Earth) and shows the entirety of the rover’s travels to that point. Image Credit: NASA/JPL/Cornell/University of Arizona
After spending 19 weeks working in one place during the Martian winter in Meridian Planum, the Opportunity Mars rover is now roving once again. During the winter, available solar power was too low for driving, but on May 8th (here on Earth), Opportunity took its first drive since Dec. 26, 2011. She drove about 3.67 meters (12 feet) northwest and downhill.

“We’re off the Greeley Haven outcrop onto the sand just below it,” said rover driver Ashley Stroupe of JPL. “It feels good to be on the move again.”

During the period while the rover was stationary, she wasn’t just sleeping. Engineers sent commands for Oppy to use the spectrometers and microscopic imager on its robotic arm to inspect more than a dozen targets within reach on the outcrop. Radio Doppler signals from the stationary rover during the winter months served an investigation of the interior of Mars by providing precise information about the planet’s rotation, a study that scientists were hoping to do with the Spirit rover, but unfortunately she fell silent before they could do the experiment…Read more in Universe Today