- When you have to keep making excuses for an employee (and yes, this can apply to chief executives).
- When what once had been regarded as disastrous performance now looks reasonably good.
- When you hear that a meeting has been called and you automatically assume that bad news is going to be announced.
- When you can outline the format of the explanations and buck-passing because you've heard them so many times before.
- When even the most inventive loyalists begin to look nervous.
- When you look back on the hiring decision and wonder how the obvious danger signals could have been ignored.
Tuesday, May 27, 2014
You Know Things are Bad
Posted by Michael Wade at 3:30 AM