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Know Your Enemies, No. 2: Consultants, Volume I

Every large organisation is a complete shambles. Private companies, local and national government, charities, armed forces, British, Commonwealth and Foreign, all are hysterical bedlams of ego, bureaucracy, in-fighting, nonsense, confusion, pointlessness and stupidity. This is not always obvious from the … Continue reading

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Bad Language (II)

But does any of this matter ? Should a concern be registered that, going forward, garbled, impenetrable, deliberately badly constructed English presents myself and yourself with significant project challenge throughout the Enterprise Space, intercommunication-wise ? Well, yes, it does. A … Continue reading

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Bad Language (I)

  Software projects are famously awash with gibberish. Take a glance at the last few emails in your inbox. Few would make any sense to a layman without hours and hours of background and explanation. You might be clear as … Continue reading

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