The Mirrorball Man wrote:
I just think - and that's the only thing I've said - that a manager who doesn't expect those who work under his supervision to give him any heads-up on what they have planned in the next couple of months is not particularly "hands-on".
But again, you're making the unexamined assumption that they do, in fact, already have
something planned, and my point is that they may not. As I said, it isn't that the management hasn't asked -- it's that the producers themselves haven't decided yet, that the script hasn't been written yet, that perhaps Smith hasn't chosen yet one way or the other. It's not about management failing to ask the question, it's about the answer not existing yet.