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How to stop fools from making uhrm... fools of themselves?

Answers in the mail please.

Our CEO suddenly announced the acquisition of a business partner that we had had a long (i.e. a year) relationship with.

They do not make any money. A year later and our CEO had to admit to the board of directors that his move was a bad one. Now we either have to think of something outlandishly smart, or offload the problem to somebody else.

You can add as many two-step authentications as you wish, but the underlying problem is the same: Most smart people want to work with technology, not manage others. So the ones left applying for the top brass jobs are usually quite a bit short on the intelligence front. The light is on, but nobody is at home.

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