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Most people become managers after they
have displayed competence in their specialist
area. This can be a source of conflict and
raises certain questions.
• Is this the most appropriate way to
select managers?
• Which is more important, specialist
or managerial competence?
• What is the right balance between
managerial and specialist skills?
• Is there a case for a generalist, hybrid
manager who is selected on the basis of
managerial rather than specialist
competence?

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