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Topics: Ethics and Organizational Culture
A PM that worked extremely hard was recently let go. Should I be concerned?

I'm a PM for a company who's executives are very much out to protect themselves. An extremely hard-working PM was let go because the people above him that made costly mistakes would admit their faults and take the blame. The PM was the scapegoat. Yes, I know this for a fact. Should I be concerned?

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