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"MMOs, building our future leaders" , posted Sat 30 Jun 08:51post reply

http://biz.gamedaily.com/industry/feature/?id=16662

We're fucked.






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"Re(1):MMOs, building our future leaders" , posted Sat 30 Jun 11:03post reply

quote:
http://biz.gamedaily.com/industry/feature/?id=16662

We're fucked.



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"Re(1):MMOs, building our future leaders" , posted Sun 1 Jul 01:27post reply

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http://biz.gamedaily.com/industry/feature/?id=16662

We're fucked.

Have they MET anyone who has learned their social skills from the internet? Pretty scary thing... and they want them to lead us? Bleh.

And I like how they had to do extensive research to find out that workers like recognition for their achievements. "Oh, no thanks... I'd rather keep my job thankless, thank you very much. I'm gonna go fade into the shadows and make you look good like I always do."





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"Re(2):MMOs, building our future leaders" , posted Sun 1 Jul 06:03post reply

Geez, it's another one of those horrible "let's be hip like the kids" reports in which some corporate entity tries to understand the bigger picture by mis-reading some small aspect of popular culture. I think somebody at my place of employment read the same articles these jokers did because this odd idea of identifying gamer culture was briefly floated around my workplace as well. The project died before I could find out what the hell anyone hoped to learn from any of this but that wasn't before I had attended several meetings where I did little more than watch someone play Final Fantasy X.