Rotman Management

The Entrepreneurial Mindset @Work

by Farhan Thawar

Early in my career, when I was working at , one of my fellow managers was never at his desk. When I did see him, he seemed to be doing really random things — talking to one person, going for coffee with another, or just standing around looking at people. And yet, his teams performed excellently. I as a manager.

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