This team is more impressive than a Formula 1 pit crew (and they smile continuously) Would I lie to you?
What unproductive behaviour is routinely practiced and rarely challenged – in fact you might be rewarding it?
I recently worked with a senior team who were not only busy, but they were overwhelmed in the day-to-day firefighting.
Burn out was on the horizon and they all knew it.
If your diary is always neatly organised, never gets double-booked, and you have plenty of time to go for a bike ride over lunch, then this message may not be for you.
While the Brilliant Jerk has taken the spotlight for their non-team playing and arrogant behaviour, The Economist has identified a more troubling phenomenon that is often overlooked: