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October 05, 2007

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Phil

Pretty funny, and that was my response before seeing my name. Then I realized that you were dead serious.

Glen Peterson

Those are cute.

Success is when the the highest authority in the organization has clearly defined what the organizational result must be and who or what is the beneficiary and the result has been accomplished.

That the organization's exchange with the world is worth the time, effort, energy, and everything else that was put into it.

It is better to measure the right thing poorly than the wrong thing well.

Albert Ruesga

I can't remember the last time I was dead serious. Was it something to do with the Taco Bell chihuahua?

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