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"Management consists of planning, organizing, directing and controlling;
there is no requirement for detailed knowledge."

But some knowledge is required.

"In my career, I always tried to hire people who were more knowledgeable about their portion of the enterprise than I was."

I'm guessing that you had sufficient knowledge of the enterprise top enable you to assess and manage them. The argument doesn't hold when you are talking about someone who has no knowledge of the enterprise. Same thing here.

Renders your argument null.
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