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Vote for the Best or Worst Manager of the Year

Posted by: Diane Brady on November 26, 2008

Dear Readers,

We’re mulling over who should get the prize as the best, or worst, manager of the year. We would love to get your views on this.

Take a minute to nominate your candidates in our poll (you can also submit nominations right below our CEO Insight on the Managing home page).

We’ll highlight some of the more interesting picks early in the new year.

Thanks, we look forward to your suggestions!

Reader Comments

Hartley Lord

November 28, 2008 9:00 AM

Hank Paulson is both the best and the worst manager of the year.

On behalf of AIG and Wall Street, this Goldman Sachs "Pimp" is the best manager of the cover up job needed to sweep real criminal acts under the rug.

While simultaneosly wasting another trillion dollars to accomplish this, he
is the worst manager of tax payers money and the future of our country.

Julio Cuesta

November 30, 2008 11:13 PM

George Bush was the worst manager and human being of the last eight years.


December 1, 2008 2:11 PM

In every category of WORST....Geo W Bush is a clear winner, followed by Congress, the SEC, CFTC, FDA, SEC, and this list goes on and on....


December 1, 2008 5:16 PM

Bush's monumental ineptitude makes him clearly the worst but he only edges out Congress by a whisker.
It is difficult to fathom the audacity of these 535 lackeys asking the Big 3 auto companies for a business plan. Who would explain it to them?


December 8, 2008 10:18 AM

How about Rose Zory and the management team of Carat? This is the agency that "accidentally" sent out a memo with talking points about impending job cuts to the entire company!


December 17, 2008 1:07 AM

Far and away George W. Bush.

(Even though Greenspan started it... Bush let it go on.)

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