The manager of a large group of engineers. This collection of social inbreds requires massive amounts of attention to all of their petty needs. While they may be able to solve complex technical problems, the trade-off is that they struggle and ultimately flounder with the most basic day-to-day tasks, e.g. remembering to tie one's shoes, tuck in one's shirt or that all of your co-workers may not appreciate canned tuna as a choice of cologne.
Brian. Brian thought that he could make a difference by becoming engineering manager, only to find out that 99% of his time would be spent as a baby wrangler.