Examples like this are prevalent because many new managers commit the common error of trying to substitute ineffective rules for those that work. One man was managing a development team at a subsidiary of a Fortune 500 company. Up until a new security manager arrived and withdrew the admin rights of OP’s team, everything was running smoothly. This caused a few issues, which were reported to the security manager, who dismissed them. In reality, he responded to each email with the same word in capital letters, NO.
Way to backup your squad, dude. Thus, OP made the wisest decision someone in his position could have made: He compliantly committed malice. The events that followed were magnificent and led to the manager’s dismissal. Please let this serve as a lesson for any incoming managers at a corporation. Don’t fix something that isn’t broken. For a more thorough account of the events, scroll down. Check out this for more tales similar to this one, keep visiting our website.
That’s the bottom line..
Here’s the story..
One day at the office, this happens
They gave this justification
Admin rights were needed from the support center
It still helps
This was OP’s plan
The support center asks him to be reasonable
There’s nothing much that can be done
Here’s the climax
OP had to be reasonable as told
3 months later, security manager is fired
TLDR For all those who couldn’t read the long story
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