Re: Reasons a driver would want to go into Management I'm sure that happens occasionally. A person could be a very good management candidate and not that good a driver. We all know that being a scratch UPS driver requires a certain set of skills and discipline. That same set of skills are not the same set of skills needed to be a good management person. I remember back in the 70's and 80's when the thought was that a driver that was a humper would make a good supervisor. Wound up with a lot of suboptimal management people before we figured out that was not true. You hear the same thing from supervisors saying the ones that get promoted to manager were not the best supervisor. Same logic applies. And managers complain that the ones that get promoted to Division manager were not the best center managers. And so on and so on. I imagine there were some on the management committee that thought Scott Davis was not the best one to be promoted to CEO.