But very quickly the team discovered quite the opposite. Managers matter a lot. The research effort, called Project Oxygen, pivoted to figure out exactly what makes for a great manager at Google. The team has been able to show an overall improvement in management at Google by helping managers get better at coaching, decision making, collaboration, empowering teams, managing team energy, staying results-oriented, communicating, developing teams, and sharing a vision. For a detailed backstory about how Google embarked on this effort you can read the New York Times story or buy the Harvard Business Review full-length case study.
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