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Jenma

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My question is about the story of the V.P, the Production Manager and the Misunderstanding: 1) How does Smith define Brewster's responsibilities as an assistant product manager? And How does he define his own role as a top manager? Please help, im a little bit confused in that question :( i know it's not about english topic but i dont;t understand it clearly :( You can read it in online: http://www.citeman.com/5053-the-vp-the-product-manager-and-the-misunderstanding.html

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    hold on, ill have to read a little

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    It was immediately apparent to Reynolds that Smith had forgotten or had failed to understand that Brewster was new to this job and was attending the meeting more for his own orientation than to contribute to it, He was about to offer a discreet explanation when Smith, visibly annoyed with what he took to be Brewster’s lack of preparation, announced. “Gentleman you have just seen an example of sloppy staff work, and there is no excuse for it”. okay so smith was forgetful and not responsible. Brewster was responsible .

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