One thing I learned from MBA

Reflecting what I had actually learned throughout my MBA courses… there’s one thing that strikes me quite hard, and that is… I may not be able to fit in the corporate world.

Everyday, you will see people “acting” as someone else, either pleasing their bosses to the max while neglecting their peers or direct reports, only work for self interest and not the company’s best interest, or finding ways to make themselves look better than the rest.

Sorry but I can’t do any of those, and I can’t force myself to work with people of such. At some point along the way I will get pissed and confront them. Some say I’m not mature, some say I should just follow the flow, some say I should be part of them. But I just can’t, I simply can’t go against my basic human principle.

Bureaucracy, ass kissing, politics. Hated them to the max, and yet that’s how most people got to climb to the top, and that culture will then spread and instil in the company just like cancer. But as people choose to embrace it, the whole company will become rotten and those who don’t play by their rules will eventually leave.

There are two ways for me to distill this situation. Either I remain as a nobody, don’t rise to the top in my career, just do my job and do it very well and don’t get me involve in any of those shits as I’m not interested in it; or I make it to the top and start to make a change? It will probably be hard as I never play by their rules.

Perhaps leaving the corporate world is the best solution for me? I wonder…

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