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Corporate Life

holdtight
Grafter
Posts: 1,634
Registered: 15-06-2007

Corporate Life

Today's reading is from the Book of Corporate Life.

Chapter 1, Verses 1-15:

1. In the beginning there was the Plan.

2. And then came the Assumptions.

3. And the Assumptions were without form.

4. And the Plan was without Substance.

5. And darkness was upon the face of the Workers

6. And the Workers spoke among themselves saying, "It is a crock of sh*t &
it stinks."

7. And the Workers went unto their Supervisors & said, "It is a crock of
dung & we cannot live with the smell."

8. And the Supervisors went unto their Managers saying, "It is a container
of organic waste, & it is very strong, such that none may abide by it."

9. And the Managers went unto their Directors, saying, "It is a vessel of
fertilizer, & none may abide its strength."

10. And the Directors spoke among themselves, saying to one another, "It
contains that which aids plant growth, & it is very strong."

11. And the directors went to the Vice Presidents, saying unto them,"It
promotes growth, & it is very powerful."

12. And the Vice Presidents went to the President, saying unto him, "It has
very powerful effects."

13. And the President looked upon the Plan & saw that it was good.

14. And the Plan became Policy.

15. And that is how sh*t happens.
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Corporate Life

Very Good - I didn't realise you knew our company that well Cheesy
Metalguru
Grafter
Posts: 791
Registered: 04-08-2007

Corporate Life

Several large corporates recently took part in a survey in order to identify the sports played by their employees managers and board members.

The results were very interesting.

The survey revealed that the general workers enjoyed playing rugby and football.

First line Supervisors enjoyed cricket and tennis.

The sports of choice for Managers was shown to be golf and squash.

While those at the very top of the company liked swimming and jogging.

This research indicated that the higher up the corporate structure you went, the smaller your balls became ................................... until eventually you end up with no balls at all.