By John Ismay
“We could be sitting around the table in a project group in the civilian world where there’s nobody in charge—everybody is of equal status,” Bogle said. “And you now have to figure out how to get the job done when there’s nobody directing.”
Another major difference?
“Among the most important factors of your success in the civilian world are whether or not the people you work with like you,” he said. “And that’s simply not a factor in the military.”
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