She contrasts the traditional definition of a Manager, with the modern-day definition, defined by Elizabeth as follows:
An individual who races through the halls in a frantic attempt to make the next meeting on time while also answering e-mails on his or her mobile device.
The issue Elizabeth is attempting to tackle is the endless and back-to-back meetings most managers need to endure during their day at the office.
What I liked the most in the post is the following decision tree, relevant to all managers (including project managers):
Makes you wonder, doesn’t it?
Think about it!