A bunch of kids attend a school where they get to be the company’s bitch. Continue reading Classroom Crisis Review — B
There’s some parallelism here. Both Nagisa and A-TEC are both about to die. Which is more important, the life of a human or the life of an organization? Continue reading Classroom Crisis 12 – 13 — Survival of the Organization
Wow. I started out with mildly positive expectations for this show and it continues to blow them out of the water.
Why do organizations exist? So that people can accomplish more together than they could accomplish alone. To do this the organization imposes some sort of structure on organizations so that the members can accomplish things more effectively.
And what kind of goals do organizations have? For companies it’s to make profits. Continue reading Classroom Crisis 10 and 11 — Organizational Survival
The one thing a class full of super-geniuses can’t figure out… politics. Continue reading Classroom Crisis 08 – 09 — Nerds and Politics
I hate to say it, but this guy actually has the making of a good leader. In my experience, one of the most important jobs of a leader is protecting your underlings from the bureaucracy and allowing them to do their jobs. Sure, he’s doing so by breaking the law here… but he’s doing what a leader needs to do. Continue reading Classroom Crisis 06 – 07 — Covering it Up