There is a story, most probably apocryphal, about a famous research institution in Yorktown Heights, New York, USA. One of the labs in the institution was headed by a manager who was not a scientist himself. All the scientists in the lab working under his direction, more than a hundred of them, were Nobel laureates or near Nobel laureates. One day a reporter asked our manager, “What do you do in the midst of such celebrities? How do you manage them?”
Well, how would you, if you were him?