10. Michael Scott
The character played by Steve Carell is a bumbling idiot in a lot of ways. Michael Scott rarely sticks up for himself, is afraid to do anything that might be considered unpopular, and lacks basic survival skills that would make him a valuable addition to any community.
However, it would be unfair to not mention how when Michael committed to an idea or concept that he would continue to work toward that goal. Even if it wasn’t him working extremely hard to get there, he wouldn’t lose sight of what he wanted to be done.
Fans of The Walking Dead could think of him as a more personable version of Gregory at the Hilltop. The only real difference is that Michael was more concerned with what people thought of him and would be more willing to make compromises than Gregory would. Or, he could take a more likable route and make massive stacks of pancakes or french toast for the kids on Fear the Walking Dead.
Michael could be charming at times, getting nearly everyone on the Dunder Mifflin staff behind him even if they didn’t agree with his managerial style. If he is to survive, he would need to rely on the kindness of others and the relationships that he makes along the way. If he can pull his “work family” together, they could definitely rally around him and elevate his status.