Archives for the 'The Cargo Cults of Business' Category
Derek Lowe: …”a bunch of cells in a dish and a bunch of rats in cages. They determine what I’m going to work on next. And they can’t be coached for success, and they don’t care how much team spirit I have, because they don’t listen to me.”
Published on 3 Mar 2012 at 9:50 am.
Filed under The Cargo Cults of Business, Technopolitical, Design, Interface, and Usability, Health and Safety, Legal, Law, and Courts, Government: Federal, State and Local, Main Stream Media.
The means became ends in themselves….
Y’all must be tired of me banging on about this…..
The “right” answer is, “Everything I’ve done up to now was either in support of this one over-riding goal to work in Acme corp’s mail room / get an MA from City State U or was a side track I had to tolerate to get here.
Frankfurt says, “It is well known, of course, that a cavalier attitude toward truth is more or less endemic within the ranks of publicists and politicians…”
I honestly don’t understand why terrible customer service is so common. It isn’t that hard.
What’s Fair? What Isn’t? - Libertarians face a moral choice.
At least the ones you pay good money for
Palm had the right idea - it’s time to re-invent the personal computer.
Published on 5 Sep 2007 at 11:06 am.
Filed under The Cargo Cults of Business, Manifest Masquerade, Pathetic Success, Brain Trust, One Corporation Under God, Business and Corporation Related, Main Stream Media, Public Relations and Marketing, Humor.
Or, why hire an expert if you’re not going to listen?