I pretty much ignore management these days and do my most excellent work as always. I know my job and do it well, work around foolish management decisions [which are the rule and not the exception] and when I can, slip in some extras for long term stability so that when the time comes and the problems I foresaw finally hit the fan, I can finally introduce the solution that got rejected months before.
Of course, I get no credit. On the other hand, I don't much pay attention to management and mostly, they leave me alone.
And at one point or another, all of them around here have exhibited each of the ten points.
I'm happy with my work and ignore the bad management. The only thing that would make everything perfect is if I could dispense with those senseless time wasting meetings we have to go to.
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