BMW Business League – Bojana Bjeličić: “Have experienced people in ‘pit stop’

Bojana Bjelicic, director of the tax department, PWC

  • What do you value most in the co-driver in business, and what in the co-driver in private life?

Trust and support. I believe that, in both business and private life, an honest and transparent relationship is the only right solution for driving in the long run.

  • How often do you dare to “drive without hands” (take relatively risky moves)?

Rarely. I do not belong to the types of personalities that make quick and risky decisions. I try to see in advance the path I am taking, I try to see obstacles and challenges. When there are surprises, I solve them before I “get my hands off the wheel”.

  • Is speed or reliability more important to you in your career (but also in your private life)?

Reliability always comes first. I believe that no relationship, neither in private nor in business life, can be defined, built and developed without security in yourself and the people you work with.

  • How important is it in business to have experienced people in the “pit stop”?

Priceless. I think neither a good manager nor a good driver can reach the finish line without a good team around them.

The success of a manager is based on the success of the team and the quality and experience of the people he works with. For good teamwork, full mutual cooperation of all team members is necessary.

  • What do a good driver and a good manager have in common?

Focus, quick reaction and the ability to anticipate and make decisions. You can recognize a good driver – not by the fact that he will drive and text at the same time – but by the fact that he will avoid this type of behavior. While driving, a good driver focuses on driving as much as possible and does not want anyone to distract him from it. A good manager has a concrete and focused plan. A good driver and a good manager do not allow situations in which their ability to concentrate and the speed of reaction and decision-making could be reduced.

Source: BIZLife Magazine


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