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Just as with a chemical periodic table, go ahead and use this handy reference to determine the “corporate behavior formulas” of both good co-workers (the An2PoFCr who is a regular blog reader) and bad (the PFl4 that’s like a bad penny). Simply click on the chart to get a full sized version. Feel free to post your intriguing combinations as comments or suggest new behaviors as your encounter them. And thanks to Sally for her help in rounding out the initial list!

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3 Responses to “The Periodic Table of Corporate Behavior”

  1. Anonymous says:

    Here are a couple of “corporate types” to which I applied the behaviors…

    Bill Gates-ThPnDd2
    Steve Jobs-InVnFoStDd2
    Michael Scott-NyNaFlF3Em

    CoryC

  2. Anonymous says:

    Trying to think of a word or two to describe the ‘not invented here’ syndrome – not interested if not their idea. Blinkered doesn’t quite do it. Neither does Proprietorial.

  3. Mike Brown says:

    I think a "not invented here" type of person would be: NaOpTr2 – Narcissistic, Opinionated, & Territorial x 2