Apr 30, 2014

Freedom of pointing fingers...

Freedom of Making mistakes is important for any organisation's growth.

But, freedom of pointing fingers is utterly destroying irrespective of the rectification of the mistakes. Although it appears dirty to dig down, it is important at times to do so and find out how things went wrong and where; 'by whom' can be ignored from being said for the moment as its self explanatory on the first front after the above said activity; and it can lead to unnecessary pressure around and among employees. 

By doing this the freedom of pointing fingers can be cut down to an extent. 

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