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I recently reviewed task management plan and saw one of these brilliant open matrixed corporation charts. After looking at it for a while to try and understand what was going on, I asked the next: "Who gets the bullet if the job fails? " The answer I got back was "The team gets the bullet. " Now, some of you might think I was less than tactful in asking this question, but after studying this corporation chart I honestly couldn't tell who was steering the ship. Then when I heard that it was "The team" which was accountable I got my answer: No one was accountable. If something proceeded to go wrong on the job this structure allowed for those in leadership opportunities to point fingers at the other because the leadership team was a team of equals.