Traditional Management Practice
As a manager, whenever you take on a new management role, either internally or externally, you apply the totality of your learned management practices from previous experiences. The rational is simple, the totality of your learned management practices, developed over time, has formed the basis for your success, so you see no basis for change. With this kind of thinking, there are often many management practices being ignored that may be able to improve your current practices even further. Discovering these missing practices will establish management relevance.