SummaryGood manager deliver good results while motivating and growing their employees. Bad managers might still deliver good results, but not focus on doing the best for their employees, slowly de-motivating their staff and thus losing performance and ownership. Often, managers are made based on their achievements in other areas than managing people rather than their potential as a leader, with negative implications for the organization and all parties involved.
If employees could choose their own boss, their performance would increase and the organization would be optimized, since those who are most capable at leading people become managers.
We propose a new management system, which introduces a market mechanism to the human resource management. Each employee chooses his/her manager. Each manager gets evaluated based on the result their team delivers and is rewarded with responsibilities, budget, and budget to salaries.