stay out just hitting balls and I am out
on the park as long as the manager lets
me. In fact. he sometimes pulls me in and
tells me to get some rest. I occasionally
try to sneak out for a bit longer but you
are always in full view of the boss. My
belief is that you practise to make perfect.
If I didn't practise I suppose I wouldn't
be able to put the ball on a sixpence as
often as I do - and when it doesn't come
right, you just have to practise more.
England team should be managed by an English
makes more than the owner. And owners fight
each other to get the skilled managers.
I should do everything to deflect from the
workforce the blows aimed at my partners
I am leaving the company.
I am confident
that the highly professional, united team
of extremely experienced
managers will be able to successfully
handle the task of globalising
the YukosSibneft business.
long-term if you can't eat short-term. 'Anybody
short. Anybody can manage long. Balancing
those two things is what management is.
at GE, we generally used to tell people
what to do. And they did exactely what they
were told to do, and not one other thing.
Now we are constantly amazed by how much
people will do when they are not told to
do by management.