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Your Fork, Sir

To that dumbass BD00 simpleton, it’s simple and clear cut. People don’t like to be told how to do their work by people who’ve never done the work themselves and, thus, don’t understand what it takes. Orgs that insist on maintaining groups whose sole purpose is to insert extra tasks/processes/meetings/forms/checklists of dubious “added-value” into the workpath foster mistrust, grudging compliance, blown schedules, and unnecessary cost incursion. It certainly doesn’t bring out the best in their people, dontcha think?

You would think that presenting “certified” obstacle-inserters with real industry-based data implicating the cost-inefficiency of their imposed requirements on value-creation teams might cause them to pause and rethink their position, right? Fuggedaboud it. All it does, no matter how gently you break the news, is cause them to dig in their heels; because it threatens the perceived importance of their livelihood.

Of course, this post, like all others on this bogus blawg, is a delusional distortion of so-called reality. No?

  1. May 24, 2012 at 6:24 am

    I like it 🙂

  2. too many chiefs and not enough fish
    May 24, 2012 at 10:01 pm

    oh my god. you’re in my head

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