Tuesday, September 07, 2004


But the crucial question is this: Does wizardry with numbers a good
manager make?

It is unclear why the CAT exam must make such a big deal of how fast you
can polish off sums on permutations and combinations. Sure, accounts and
finance and operations all deal with numbers. But the level of number
crunching undertaken during one's MBA has hardly any co-relation with
the actual work profile of most managers later in life. Because as you
rise higher up the ladder, success is increasingly defined not by what
you know or do, but how you manage and motivate your people.

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