The pursuit of individual goals is more important than maintaining harmony and consensus in the workplace.
The main reason for having a hierarchical structure is so that everyone knows who has authority over whom.
I am uneasy in situations in which there are no clear rules or guidelines.
When people have failed on the job, it is seldom their fault.
Hard work does not generally bring success; it is more a matter of luck and connections.
I consider myself a happy person.
It is acceptable to give preferential treatment to some customers and not others.
A hierarchical structure is necessary to get things done.
Emotional expressions in the workplace make me uncomfortable.
When a manager's career demands it, the family may have to make sacrifices.