Oiling the Cogs; Turning Managers into Great Coaches

Oiling the Cogs; Turning Managers into Great Coaches

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A successful, high performing organization runs like a smooth well-oiled machine. Every part of the machine
has a role to play to ensure the machine functions properly. In technical terms, a cog is defined as “any of the teeth on a wheel or gear that fits into an opposite notch to cause motion of the wheel”.

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A successful, high performing organization runs like a smooth well-oiled machine. Every part of the machine
has a role to play to ensure the machine functions properly. In technical terms, a cog is defined as “any of the teeth on
a wheel or gear that fits into an opposite notch to cause motion of the wheel”.

For a machine to run correctly and efficiently, all cogs should interlock impeccably for the whole machine to work. One broken or rusty or badly molded cog, and the machine starts making noises, working slower, or stops working altogether. Interestingly, the same source states that a cog is also used to describe “a person who is important but not critical in the structure of an organization”.

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