|Originally posted by Joss Weatherby |
Thats such BS. I think anyone who has worked in group situations have had experiences where some members easily excel but are dragged down by others in the group. Basing a single persons ability on how a group performs is irresponsible.
That is one of the reasons, at least for school things, I always preferred to work solo. Even if I ended up taking on more work myself I at least knew where all the skill levels were for each task, because I was doing all of them. I didn't have to make concessions for people who performed at different levels than myself.
In work situations, I do not mind groups though, but that is usually because, at least in the fields I have worked in, people tend to all be closer in skill level variations, and you have standards and practices to follow on projects.
And you are one of those people that everyone hates to work with because you deem yourself better than the group, and just do everything on your own without any sort of communication with the rest of the group.
It's a good thing you didn't go to school because I'm pretty sure you'd just suck ass.