I’ve got a problem with my boss that is driving me nuts. [>:(] We differ drastically in our approach to problem solving and it is affecting my everyday life on my job. It's to the point where there are times when I wish we could part company. I just want to know if I am being unrealistic or unreasonable under the circumstances.
FOR COMPUTER GURUS: Rather than go through the details on this thread of the problem that opened a hornet’s nest at work, I’ll post the computer problem on another thread. Perhaps someone has an answer. See thread “NEED COMPUTER GURUS”.
FOR THE PEOPLE WORKING IN CORPORATE MANAGEMENT, the computer problem is a symptom and not the real cause of my frustration. The REAL underlining problem that I need help with in general is as follows:
1. Is it better to be determined and get to the bottom of a problem NOW so you don’t have to deal with it later and go through the whole process again (when everyone else has conveniently forgotten the details of why you are having the problem in the first place, thereby making you look like you’re complaining again)? OR
2. Is it better to solve a problem temporarily and deal with solving it later if it rears its ugly head again? After all, it may go away…ha, ha and we just don’t have the time to spend on it. I’d like to see Boeing service technicians try to get away with this approach. OR
3. Say “forget it” because working in this dept. is a hopeless case and go with No. 2 which is what by boss wants to do? OR
4. Get a new job.
I would like to encourage those who have experience in corporate management to E-mail me. There is much more going on in the background relating to the Department and I’m hesitant to post it on a public chat board.
Thanks a bunch. [[[hugs]]]
"Wicked men obey from fear; good men, from love".... Aristotle. You can love and obey Christ without intervention from an organization.