WhiteBlue wrote:xpensive wrote:Most interesting WhiteBlue, care to elaborate?
not much additional information except, that Head allways collided with the top engineer (theissen, Newey) whoever was in that role. last time with Sam Michaels. they made Michaels technical director and Head promised to step back and let him do the job. I have my doubts how well that has worked. Williams seem to be unable to attract a top aerodynamicist since Newey and responsibility for this can only be with Head as the engineering partner.
I would take that job, and jack-slap Head when he opened his mouth.
Sometimes, your boss just needs to learn that if he wants results, he needs to sit down, shut up, and give you what you need to do what you want.
The best bosses in my life have stepped back and said "Make it happen, just take what you need, and if something isn't available, I'll get it for you." If anything, it taught me to do the same when I am the boss...