[Everyone] Re: MEMO: Time to Up Our Game
Tue Oct 18 14:33:36 GMT 2011
Great stuff Giles - good to here my idea at the last CorpExec intra-departmental mind-merge has made it through to actioning!
We should definitely all get on board this initiative at the earliest instance possible. As such I will be initiating a seven stage Upping Our Game process throughout the upper strata (Levels 1 through 3, not including 2) as of the week commencing November 20th.
"Upping Our Game: From Dressing Room To Metaphrical World Cup!" dossiers are currently being printed as I speak (or type!!) and will be available to all applicable associates on said date.
On 18 Oct, 2011, at 14:49, Giles wrote:
> Fellow timesheet-optimizers,
> It's Time! To Up Our Game!
> Our Game has been in the duldrums. There are too many
> pitch-disappointment scenarios. We're not Playing our Game as well as
> we could. For example, imagine our business is a Game of football:
> we're not dribbling enough. We're not passing enough. We're spending
> too much time in the shower, and not enough time on the pitch. We need
> to get out there and kick our clients harder in order to win. That's
> what we mean by Upping our Game.
> Also, too many young upstart agencies like SPERB, KERM and BATTER are
> coming along, stealing our ideas, and playing a better Game than us.
> We need to beat them in the Game, even if it means cheating a bit.
> Although they're the cheaters because they're stealing our ideas
> That is all CorpExec has to say at this time.
> Oh, and: this year we celebrate 146 years since the invention of the
> fax. Friday drinks this week will be renamed Crackerfax, during which
> we shall gather around the first floor fax machine (assuming it's
> working; if it isn't, try the second floor fax machine).
> Kind regards
> Client-Vision Liaison Officer (Solutions)
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