Re: Friday question: What's your favourite manager comment?
I have more often than not reported to people with no knowledge of my
field. This has given rise to some interesting comments. Examples are:
Shouldn't we move to a more modern format, such as PDF?
You don't need to know anything about XML!
Your problem is that you want to understand what you're writing about!
What is your favourite manager comment?
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