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By Jeff Schmitt
That semi-competent manager you and your colleagues used to complain about is gone. And guess who's in charge now? It's you, my friend. Sure, you have integrity; everyone knows that. But you also need a vision and a strategy, and to execute it skillfully. Otherwise, you'll find yourself turning into the new bumbling fool. Here's how to succeed as a new manager.