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    FINISH SOMETHING FOR ONCE, OKAY?


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    Quote Originally Posted by raz1337 View Post
    FINISH SOMETHING FOR ONCE, OKAY?
    *puts down empty wine bottle*

    Happy now?

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    INTJ (NT Rational) - Upper Management. Likely does a lot of the delegating of broader goals to middle management, and translates them into specific tasks to be completed on schedule. Analyzes the overall efficiency of each department and uses this to more effectively delegate these tasks--often an INTJ in the office is a contracted management consultant/efficiency expert. Could also probably use an INTJ or two in the R&D department to keep the NTPs on task.
    I quit.

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    ENTP (NT Rational) - Head of R&D. Loves to pitch new ideas and product designs and work with others to tweak them to perfection. Probably is the de facto mouthpiece for the R&D team when upper management asks for progress reports and so on. Enthusiasm gets the team motivated to start lots of new ideas, but follow through can be a weakness.
    That would be funny, if the REAL business world would work that way.

    Managment: "So how is the new project progressing we invested 5 million in ?"

    ENTP: "I quit the darn thing, it was boring anyways. I rather like to concentrate on the air conditioner for mountainbikes"

    [URL]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tEBvftJUwDw&t=0s[/URL]

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    Quote Originally Posted by simulatedworld View Post
    What kind of job do you think would suit you best? I don't know many ISTPs. Enlighten me?
    something involving design or troubleshooting, where deductive reasoning skills and a storehouse of knowledge can be combined in a creative way. personally speaking, low tier troubleshooting wouldnt be enough of a challenge for me, but i do enjoy high tier (4 or SME level) troubleshooting, that doesn't come up very often.

    unless this is a technology company, then it's not going to be in IT (because that would be a solely operational and not a capital expenditure), probably something more along the lines of design in R&D, as an engineer or a scientist, probably best working with the "ENTP" to take their ideas and figure out how to make them a reality. if you absolutely had to split the INTP and the ISTP into respective positions, theoretically the INTP would be a scientist (interested in theory) and the ISTP would be an engineer (practical application)

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    Shut up and fix the computers.
    never! get out of my office! *throws stapler*

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    Quote Originally Posted by Grayscale View Post
    way too boring, not an adequate venue for creativity or learning
    Quote Originally Posted by simulatedworld View Post
    What kind of job do you think would suit you best? I don't know many ISTPs. Enlighten me?
    Quote Originally Posted by Silently Honest View Post
    Shut up and fix the computers.
    Quote Originally Posted by Mycroft View Post
    I have an ISTP friend who has this precise job, actually.

    He does complain about it being boring, though.
    I don't think any job where you're expected to do the same thing every day could possibly satisfy an ISTP. Unfortunately, that's kind of the nature of most jobs-- that you do the same thing every day.

    Since this is a fictional company, you should make some fictional positions. I want to be hired as the company vagrant!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Grayscale View Post
    unless this is a technology company, then it's not going to be in IT (because that would be a solely operational and not a capital expenditure), probably something more along the lines of design in R&D, as an engineer or a scientist, probably best working with the "ENTP" to take their ideas and figure out how to make them a reality. if you absolutely had to split the INTP and the ISTP into respective positions, theoretically the INTP would be a scientist (interested in theory) and the ISTP would be an engineer (practical application)



    never! get out of my office! *throws stapler*
    ISTP + ENTP = good combo, in my experience.
    ENTP ideas are like wild animals that the ISTP can potentially tame.

    LOL at the stapler throwing

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    ISTP - Outside contractor. Does independent field testing of R&D. R&D assumed to include explosives and cutting-edge vehicles.
    No offense.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 6sticks View Post
    ISTP - Outside contractor. Does independent field testing of R&D. R&D assumed to include explosives and cutting-edge vehicles.
    R&D will assume to put 6sticks in the car of 6sticks and then bet on, if he will survive the explosion. I go all-in that he does
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