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December 19, 2006

Management as a "responsibility"

A a fan of the Denver Nuggets, and in particular Carmelo Anthony, I was really disappointed in what happened the other day when the Nuggets/Nicks game erupted into a bench clearing brawl. Now it seems that everyone has an opinion on what happened, who's responsible, etc. But I think that Mark Cuban (owner of the Dallas Mavericks) is right on point with his blog about "management being responsible" and setting the tone for an organization. Coaching and management go well beyond honing a particular skill (in this case basketball). I'm sure that if management is 100% responsible for any and all actions of their employees (players) they would interact differently with them vs. being 100% responsible for winning and losing.

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