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    Common sense out the wazuu!

    http://www.businessinsider.com/korn-...t-damon-2015-4

    LOL. You think someone would be smart with the simple common sense NOT to use company e-mail for this.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Numerati View Post
    LOL. You think someone would be smart with the simple common sense NOT to use company e-mail for this.
    No kidding. For a supposedly intelligent executive, that was really stupid.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tiannas View Post
    ... For a supposedly intelligent executive...
    LOL!! "Intelligent executive"... That's like military intelligence, or government organization, or airline food!!! NO SUCH THING!!

    Seriously, tiannas, you've not been around enough of my brethren!... Especially these Korn-Ferry clowns. It gives me weird comfort knowing such idiocy exists and yet these dolts still have jobs, highly paying jobs in fact!

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    Quote Originally Posted by wolfie720 View Post
    LOL!! "Intelligent executive"... That's like military intelligence, or government organization, or airline food!!! NO SUCH THING!!
    LOL! Brilliant! Especially "government organization".

    Are you familiar with the Peter Principle?

    Definition of 'Peter Principle':
    An observation that in an organizational hierarchy, every employee will rise or get promoted to his or her level of incompetence. The Peter Principle is based on the notion that employees will get promoted as long as they are competent, but at some point will fail to get promoted beyond a certain job because it has become too challenging for them. Employees rise to their level of incompetence and stay there. Over time, every position in the hierarchy will be filled by someone who is not competent enough to carry out his or her new duties.


    I've always loved this theory. Entire organizations filled with people who are incompetent. Explains a lot, doesn't it?

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