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Friday, April 3, 2009

Why are ULM leaving?

Anonymously contributed:

I just read the announcement that JD is leaving as the GS PAD to go back to ORNL or DOD. Seems he will do this Oct 1, which just happens to coincide with the 2 year commitment made by LLNS managers to get their retention bonus. I think a lot of these LLNS managers are really dissatisfied with life at LLNL.

9 comments:

Anonymous said...

Maybe they know more than they are telling about the future of LLNL.

Anonymous said...

If you take the not-so-difficult comparison to rats on a sinking ship the answer is obvious.

Anonymous said...

And your anser is:---http://llnlthetruestory.blogspot.com/2009/03/face-truth.html

Anonymous said...

"I think a lot of these LLNS managers are really dissatisfied with life at LLNL." WTH? These LLNS managers have ADDED immensely to the problem! There has been little to NO "leadership" at GS seemingly forever (its short life). ULM there is paralyzed - no one wants to do ANYTHING and take the blame for the whole mess. When JD leaves he will make a nice scapegoat ... maybe then SOMEONE will finally make a positive decision on something.

Anonymous said...

It seems from what I am hearing JD may be a rat leaving a sinking ship. Some of the GS problems were rumored to be from GM not allowing his managers to manage as they wished. That is, alot of interference from above. GM also made some edicts to GS that made no sense and showed he was pretty clueless about WFO. And he is the guy running the place.

Anonymous said...

In the past, management grew up in the Lab and felt a sense of loyalty to it. The new management team is interested in their own bottom line-period.

Anonymous said...

April 5, 2009 10:28 AM

Could it be true that a lot of the LLNL problems actually start at the top? I've heard similar whispered complaints.

Anonymous said...

Why is ULM leaving:

When you are on the upper decks of the ship's structure you can see the ice burgs before those on the lower decks.

Anonymous said...

Make no mistake about it. We are sailing into the icebergs.

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