Does the manager have absolute power in England? No, it depends on a budget and on the executive director that negotiates the signings of players.
The manager accepts the status quo; the leader challenges it.
Achieving the highest possible return on human capital must be every manager's goal.
Alex Ferguson is the best manager I've ever had at this level. Well, he's the only manager I've actually had at this level. But he's the best manager I've ever had.
An investor doesn't have a prayer of picking a manager that can deliver true alpha.
A manager is responsible for the application and performance of knowledge.
It's very flattering that those who have assessed my work over the years think that I have the qualities to be an England manager.
A manager is an assistant to his men.
At Barcelona, I had the best players ever, and they helped me to be a successful manager.
What I would say about Barney Eastwood is that when our relationship worked, it worked extremely well. He had a lot of strengths as a promoter and a manager.
The manager is to be blamed who distributes parts to his players which they are unable to act.
I grew up in St. Louis, Missouri. I lived in Grand Blanc, Michigan for a year and that's when I got involved in acting and took classes there. A manager who saw me at the agency I was at in Michigan wanted me to come out to L.A.
And, we have no such thing as a budget anymore. Our manager freaks when we show him the bill. We're lavish to the bone, but all our money goes back into the product.
I didn't even know what a tour manager was, but I was the tour manager, booking agent, all that stuff for almost two years without knowing it. I wasn't overwhelmed, because I enjoyed doing it.
The manager has his eye on the bottom line; the leader has his eye on the horizon.
I've learned the number one job of a pro manager is not to win championships but to keep their job.
The one word that makes a good manager - decisiveness.
Decisiveness is the one word that makes a good manager.
'One Minute Mentoring' is written in the parable style Spencer Johnson and I popularized in 'The One Minute Manager.' It's an entertaining story about the mentorship between a young salesperson, Josh, and a seasoned executive named Diane. As the characters learn about mentoring, so does the reader.
One of the dumber things my manager said was, Stick to the melody. But I can't.