Wednesday, June 1, 2016

Horse Management!

According to Native American wisdom, when you learn the horse you’re riding has died, the best thing to do is get a new horse.
Because of procedural considerations, however, the boss at my company has decided to try other strategies first. Like:
  1. Purchasing expensive, high-tech whips.
  2. Assigning a different rider.
  3. Telling the horse it could be fired.
  4. Organizing a horse-study committee.
  5. Surveying competitors to find out how they make their dead horses go.
  6. Changing the dead horse’s classification to "living-impaired."
  7. Hiring consultants to study how to ride a dead horse.
  8. Creating a team of dead horses, harnessed together for increased efficiency.
  9. Giving the dead horse to a non-profit, so its cost is fully deductible.
  10. Initiating a study to find out if productivity is enhanced by lighter riders.
  11. Adjusting the overhead costs of the dead horse to zero for accounting purposes.
  12. Promoting the dead horse to management.
Source: Internet

1 comment:

  1. The last one is the only one that will work.

    Have a fabulous day. ☺