George Bluth

Founder, Bluth Company The patriarch of the Bluth family is a one-man “How Not To Be a Boss” guide.  He is constantly hiring his own family, but never hiring (or promoting) the members of his kin who are actually qualified. Once he does turn his family members into employees, he rejects their great ideas in order to keep them in place and pits them against each other. Then there’s the fact that he had an affair with his assistant, stole money from his company, and roped his employees into “light treason” by building mini-mansions for Sadam Hussein. Short of murder, … Continue reading George Bluth

Frank Underwood

President of the United States Love him or hate him, House of Cards’ Frank Underwood is a captivating television personality whose powers of persuasion lead him all the way to our country’s highest ranking position, Commander in Chief. Although Underwood is corrupt, manipulative, and in many ways evil, he understands his weaknesses as well as his strengths and uses both to climb the political ladder. Despite his many villainous traits, Underwood is determined to reach his goals and is never intimidated no matter what obstacles he faces. Like Underwood, the following three famous television bosses, although incredibly flawed, possess leadership … Continue reading Frank Underwood