Your fault. Our win.

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8 Responses to Your fault. Our win.

  1. Jim Johnson says:

    I’m not sure I get this graph… it sounds like the more people who “take” credit, the greater the likelihood of success.

  2. Nate says:

    I think the whole point is that no matter how many people work on a thing, there are a lot more people willing to take credit than blame.

  3. Anonymous says:

    The greater the success, the more people take credit.

  4. Mike says:

    Very smart one! This is so true, again :)

  5. David from DC [SIC] says:

    Nice. Top-notch diagramatic truth-telling.

  6. Anonymous says:

    Fault is associated with negative success. You could have gone through zero on this one…

  7. Anonymous says:

    Dewi Casgwent
    I would alter the “team effort” to “Management Win” and “Individual failure” to “Non-systenic Failure”
    That way its the usual management win win arrangement

  8. Thomas says:

    This could have been a four quadrant graph, actually, with fault being the negative of success.

    No less, very insightful.

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