Security 101 - Division of Labor. Just saying.
As far as how qualified Triple H is, I think his record is against him. For example, pushing Sheamus and Drew McIntyre.
Sheamus, in my opinion, is not deserving of his title. When he entered into his first rivalry with John Cena, even though it went against my instincts, I rooted for John Cena. He seems to me just another giant with 3 or so moves that the WWE books as a coward. Ever since he's won the title, his matches have decreased in entertainment, as the WWE tries hard to put him over as a monster against jobbers and a coward against champions, so either way you never see Sheamus really having a wrestling match. Probably the best match of his I've seen (mind you, I'm not foolish enough to pay for PPV's) was against Goldust back in ECW.
The only thing Drew McIntyre has going for him is his entrance and the heat he pulls off, though I don't feel that's something you can really attribute to him. The reason I hate him is that he's a boring wrestler to watch (I've yet to see an interesting match with him in it) and it seems that the only reason he's been given a shot, if you believe the "news" printed on this site, is that HHH and HBK "liked his physique". So with the WWE booking him like the way they booked him and these rumors flying around, it's like lighting a match and throwing it into a barrel of gasoline, of course it produces a large amount of heat without Drew McIntyre really contributing at all.
If cases like Sheamus and Drew McIntyre are supposed to show how talented HHH will be as a creative advisor, I'm not too thrilled. There are a lot of other wrestlers I'd have pushed before getting to those two. As a matter of fact, in the Breakthrough Battle Royal Sheamus won that lead to his first WWE Championship, there were six out of the eight (if my information is correct) wrestlers I would have rather had won that match than Sheamus. So hopefully I'm proven wrong over time, because we already have enough terrible wrestlers at the top.