Management wisdom from Doris Derrington — friend, colleague, leader — at her retirement ceremony last week: "Delegate what you know best. You can check the work quickly, and you'll gain time to learn something new!". Good advice, like Andy Grove's "Because it is easier to monitor something with which you are familiar, if you have a choice you should delegate those activities you know best." and Henry Ward's "How do I decide what to delegate? Delegate the work you want to do."

(cf On Delegation (2000-10-17), Minor Imp (2003-05-14), [[Ementor Emantras] (2011-05-02), ...) - ^z - 2019-01-15