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A no­­-decision colleague working for a no-decision boss. Who got fired?

In my post below I was expecting chaos when a no­­-decision colleague was promoted by headquarters into a position where the boss was also a no decision manger. I was wrong, nothing happened.

There was a period of status quo for many months while no-decisions were made, and then  expenses went way over budget many months later.

The blame game was suddenly on and this was interesting to watch. Both my no-decision boss and my no-decision colleague were at fault. As they were both no-decision managers, expenses were not being monitored, and the managers in the department gradually realised they could spend whatever they wanted and did just that. They started new projects and made commitments to outside suppliers.

Once management in headquarters realised what was happening, expenses were flowing freely and with two no-decision managers in place it was difficult to stop. Unfortunately my no-decision colleague had no-one to blame and no-one to turn to. However his no-decision boss had all the necessary contacts in headquarters and an easy culprit. The fight was too one sided.

Guess who was eventually fired?

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