I don't know what is more profound, that the show lasted three seasons or that it had talent like Robert Culp and Connie Sellecca.
My current position is a lot like that. I was intended to be a superhero for some but I have no
|My cubicle, complete with Wife Prepared Lunch and Ethnic Flag|
My interview was with 5 people over the course of a morning. I've had interviews with multiple people at a company before, it makes a lot of sense: as long as I'm there, why not get everyone I'm gonna work with or report to together so that everyone is only inconvenienced once.
The funny thing that I really didn't pick up on at the time was that each person had a slightly different idea of what my role/position would entail. The business "client" expected me to be her day-to-day personal application administrator. The IT Director felt that I would be the System Architect for the entire Enterprise Archive initiative. The two people I was replacing were just relieved they didn't have to deal with her anymore.
There's a saying that when you have more than one boss you really have none. The corollary to that saying is that when you have too many loosely defined roles, you really have a hard time writing your resume.