“I am one of the people who love the why of things.” Catherine the Great
This is going to be a riff on the importance of knowing “why.”
1. I worked for the State of Wisconsin for ten years, primarily in the area of human resources. It became clear to me very quickly that managers generally told their employees what to do, how to do it, and when to do it. But they rarely, if ever, told them why it was important.
If you don’t know why something needs to be done, what its purpose might be, or what the consequences could be if it isn’t done- then it is very difficult to:
(a) be invested in performing the specific … Read the rest