160 Degrees of Deviation: The Case for the Corporate Cynic
The good intentions of corporate management are frequently undermined by 160 Degree Deviators with personal agendas who cause morale to suffer and frustration to set in. The author identifies this subculture and discusses why and how it's able to thrive.
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