dinsdag 17 mei 2011

Is this a result of an Anglo American management style?

Seventy per cent of UK citizen believe that they could do a better job than their boss, a study has revealed.
In the poll of 9,000 workers in 52 countries, the British emerged as the most critical in the world – with only 18 per cent believing their boss is ‘more capable’ than they are.
Another 41 per cent describe their boss as ‘totally incompetent’. Only one in ten say their boss is ‘brilliant’.

This compares starkly with attitudes of workers in other countries, particularly in the Far East.
In China, almost a third said their boss was ‘brilliant’ and only 15 per cent questioned their competency. Indian workers were the second-most impressed.
Many British workers do not believe their boss values their contribution, cares about their wellbeing

But despite their unhappiness, one in four Britons remain in their jobs because they do not feel there are better ones to move to.