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    william redington hewlett Quotes

    Managers have traditionally developed the skills in finance, planning, marketing and production techniques. Too often the relations with their people have been assigned a secondary role. This is too important a subject not to receive first-line attention. In this regard we could learn much from the Japanese. We must reinvest in the human side of management.
    — William Redington Hewlett
    If I have to tell a guy he's got something to do, I consider myself a failure as a manager.
    — William Redington Hewlett
    tags: failure 
     
    There is a time and a place for creativity.
    — William Redington Hewlett
    tags: time  creativity 
     
    We felt that the employees would take a greater interest in work if they felt they were part of the company.
    — William Redington Hewlett
    tags: work  employees  company 
     
    Creative people have an abiding curiosity and an insatiable desire to learn how and why things work. They take nothing for granted. They are interested in things around them and tend to stow away bits and pieces of information in their minds for the future use. And, they have a great ability to mobilize their thinking and experiences for use in solving a new problem.
    — William Redington Hewlett
    The job of a manager is to support his or her staff, not vice versa, and that begins by being among them.
    — William Redington Hewlett
    tags: job 
     
    Never try to take a fortified hill, especially if the Army on top is bigger than you are
    — William Redington Hewlett
    Men and women want to do a good job, and if they are provided the proper environment, they will do so
    — William Redington Hewlett
    tags: men  women  environment  job 
     
    If you don't fail on a regular basis, you are not trying hard enough.
    — William Redington Hewlett
    tags: fail 
     
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