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Saturday, October 18, 2008

Cascade

Yet again I query the non-communication of news about our services to those of us in the lower orders of the organisation.

"How difficult would it have been to send a global email or put a note about it on the staff whiteboard?"

"You should have heard about it. It was mentioned in Management Group the other week."

A passing comment in a shambles of a meeting passes for structured communication to staff. Bollocks.

5 comments:

Lavinia said...

At least you *have* a staff whiteboard.

Kevin Musgrove said...

But they've hidden The World's Biggest Whiteboard...

Marianne said...

"The problem with communication is the illusion that it has been accomplished" - George Bernard Shaw

(off the top of my head, I swear!)

Can Bass 1 said...

If your management group is anything like our music group meetings, then the most likely thing you're going to hear are snores. What you need, of course, is a tannoy. But they'd probably not like it in the library.

Kevin Musgrove said...

Marianne: don't believe you! (-:

cb1: we reckon nothing short of an atom bomb would wake them up