Radwanski’s defense: He had no control over his office

Interesting to follow the Rawwanski trial, if only for an example of an office which wasn’t working well at all and weak leaders.

Yesterday, Radwanski pleaded he had to spend so much time in restaurants because his office was such a chaotic place:

“It was so difficult to go five, 10, 15 minutes (in the office) without an interruption of some sort,” he said. “It was just the process in which I worked.”

Say again? He had so little control over his own staff that they felt free to just walk into his office while a meeting was in progress? That’s his excuse?

He also testified than he was so “bad with numbers” that he let his staff deal with all financial matters, rather than try to understand what was put in front of him.

Crazy. Just crazy.


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