Friday, May 17, 2013
The processors win. And they keep the performers down.
I can't go into much detail here without getting in trouble. But on the pitch I was just engaged in, many people from all departments had the temerity to show up empty-handed. As in without work.
As in without work they were assigned to do.
There's always something more pressing. Another assignment. Another pitch. PTO. The dentist.
As Yogi Berra might of said, "you can always count on them showing up missing."
I've always been a doer. Always been hands on.
And I'm treated and appreciated less than I was 20 years ago.
Posted by george tannenbaum at 10:09 PM