[Everyone] Re: Weeknotes?

Fri Jan 6 11:52:26 GMT 2012

The Week-Notes (to give them there proper title) have been a
collaborative effort by a multi-disciplinary team of specialists from
all departments. It took the team six weeks to produce the first one
and I think you'll agree.

We have already started on Week 2's Week-Note, although please note
that due to time constraintions, it might not be published on time.

The work process for producing the Week-Notes is simple: the team
circulates slightly different versions of a Word between each other,
making changes and having meetings to discuss them where appropriate.
If you;d like to join this team, please contact Jill, Jenny or

Kind regards

Client-Vision Liaison Officer (Solutions)

On 6 January 2012 11:47, Phil  wrote:
> Hi all,
> I've just notice that some "week notes" have appeared on our web portal. What are "week notes"? I'm more forward-thinking and open to innovation than the next man (especially if it's Gerald! Ha ha, only joking Gerald!) but it looks like we're giving away some of the secrets that make Pretend Office Pretend Office.
> Who is responsible for the "week notes"?
> Thankyou.
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