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Discussion in 'The Mainboard' started by Gin Buckets, May 6, 2015.
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Today we named our meeting rooms in our office to "Insightful" and "Agile".
Who were the players involved in the rebrand? Was a RACI performed as part of the process?
Oh man, I imagine that your developers are going to be way less productive when they’re forced to use insightful methods instead.
We have a new CEO who started two months ago. He was formerly a VP of a management consulting firm. He has no backgorund in our industry. Hence we have a 90 person team building event on Wednesday where we have cards with "Integrity" Agilie" "Insightful" "Connected" and we have to label different aspects of how we do business.
Why do corporations speak the way they do?
Quit my old job. Start new one on Monday.
This is a great article. I'll forward it to the team to create some mindshare and hopefully gain alignment on its next steps.
Also I love the made up term "I'm going to banana boat the marketing budget" because I instantly started to rationalize it as a real thing. Which is the entire point.
I host a daily standup
Love new job but my COO informed all department heads to not refer to their department as a team because the company is one team.
Call it a ‘room’ like football teams.
And that’s why he gets paid the big bucks folks
When I go to you asking “Hey, what’s your calendar look like for this project in early Dec?” it doesn’t mean “Please call our customer and ask if they would like it done in early Dec.”
People kept saying this on a call just now. I’ve never heard it used. They were all at least 50.
My Boss uses this on occasion.
Former Media Guy so he has a few good ones.
Now we are cooking with gas!
We need to pick up sales are we will be having wiener water soup.
Pee or cum?
Just heard a "I'm glad you brought that up" which I took to really mean "This is the last thing I wanted to address you dipshit"