Executive Experience – Part II

Following up on something I wrote last night, here are a few examples of Sarah Palin’s executive acumen:

– More than 100 appointments to state posts — nearly 1 in 4 — went to campaign contributors or their relatives, sometimes without apparent regard to qualifications.

– Alaska historians say some of Palin’s appointees were less qualified than those of her Republican and Democratic predecessors.

– [Tom] Lamal, a public school teacher in Fairbanks until he retired in 2006, was hired as a right-of-way agent despite reports of internal conflicts over whether he was qualified under state law.

Awesome. To repeat: it’s the quality of the experience that matters, and sometimes — sorry, Palin! — that quality can also be illustrated in non-executive roles.

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