Thursday, 5 March 2009

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  • Primary skill of the line manager is to make some numbers up, and gravely declare them a current project’s estimates.

  • Whoever divines estimates correctly more than two times, is considered an expert. An expert’s liberty is to explain in an equally grave manner, why the estimate didn’t match the real figures.

  • Whoever guesses right estimates for three or more times is considered to be a professional manager and is automatically queued for promotion; at his new position he’ll be making up bigger numbers, as well as imposing these numbers upon others.

(C) “Management Skillz” by recoder.livejournal.com