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Ooh man, I'm so fucking pissed with these shit MBA fucks who think they know everything about everything about everything but can't even tell the difference between pastry and shit until they dig their mouth into it.

Dick heads want to micromanage me to a point where I don't even have to think.

*Make the button green.*
But that does not follow any design principles.
*We have business research which says so*
What.

Such bullshit, I don't even wanna argue anymore. But man, it's so tough to make something which goes against every principle of what you have ever learnt. I mean, I'm coding it, and my brain refuses to help because the idea is soo bad. God I'm soo frustrated.

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    And that is what I call cargo cult management.

    Since they don't have jack shit of an idea how to run a successful business, they just end up imitating the easy parts of others.

    That's their "business research" you're hearing about. Some successful company, probably Crapple, made one of their buttons gray, so now you're expected to make the same thing happen, because of a classic logical fallacy :

    * Crapple is successful
    * Crapple is using gray buttons

    Therefore : Anyone using gray buttons will be successful.

    They've never been taught basic logic, so this makes total sense to them.

    Add a massive bit of both confirmation bias and Dunning Kruger effect to the mix and you have a recipe for disaster.

    BTW : look up cargo cults if you haven't. It's an amazing story behind them that might just tell you a thing or ten about human behavior.
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    https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/... reads like a comedy plot.
    Reminds me of companies which imitate Scrum by doing all the rituals but forgetting about their purpose.
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    "Ecce homo" with a shrug.
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    @ilPinguino I call it cargo culted management as well 👉 👈
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    @rantsauce Well, great minds think alike... So why shouldn't we?
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    HAHAHA
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