After nine seasons, NBC's "The Office" is retiring the "World's Best Boss" mug for good.The fan favorite show detailed the ups and downs and office shenanigans of paper company Dunder Mifflin in a mocumentary-style series. The show parodied common office situations that we've all experienced: office romances, kitchen etiquette battles and of course, the relationship between employers and the boss. The cast bid adieu to its delusional, self-absorbed boss, Michael Scott, played by Steve Carrell in season seven, but that doesn't mean employers and employees the like can't learn a couple lessons from him.Michael Scott's biggest downfall may have been that he was more concerned about being his workers' friend than boss, says Hillary Busis , writer for EW.com."He cares so much more about being liked than he does about being a boss," she says. "He calls his employees his 'friends and family' and that is his biggest fault."Memorable examples of Scott's misguided leadership can be found in jus...
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