On 12/16/2011 11:13 AM, Matthew Gillen wrote:
> Someone whose primary goal is blame avoidance is someone I would runsadly though, i think this is the exact formula used by many to find
> away from as fast as I could. They aren't going to go anywhere, and if
> they somehow do manage to climb the corporate ladder in spite of their
> pile of failures, it won't be in a way that will be in any way
> beneficial to you (i.e., you're likely the one he threw under the bus to
> get himself a promotion).
'success' in the corporate world. and you are right, that if it comes
down to them or you getting thrown under the bus, you can guess how it
will come out. [regardless of what actually happened or who made what
while i am sometimes delighted by someone taking unexpected altruistic
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