The Hokey Cokey will continue until morale improves.
@mrstth Turns out that’s the most important skill to have if you want to be successful (for one/the common definition of successful). They should teach that at school.
I started off thinking this sounds like what little I know of the BBC.
But it turns out the CEO is eventually decisive and lets the Incompetent Leader go. So I guess not? twitter.com/shreyas/status…
First-time founders, CEOs, and even employees should understand the playbook of the Incompetent Leader (IL).
The IL is savvy & charismatic, and excels at 4 things:
1) Feign competence
2) Create confusion
3) Buy time
4) Fail up
The IL playbook & what to do about it
I’ve just seen Chris Rea doing a u-turn on the A1.
so sad to see the man who built the Garden Bridge and the Thames Estuary airport reduced to this