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Funny: Working from home

Nice one from the New Yorker. Just in time for the weekend.

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Humor: What an MBA prepares you for

January 17, 2017 Leave a comment

Funny – from the archives of the New Yorker (circa 1950s)

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Funny: Eating out

January 10, 2017 Leave a comment

The last thing that consultants typically look forward to is eating out when they return home, especially if they have been travelling the majority of the week. I thought the following cartoon from the archives of the New Yorker would strike a chord with those consultants that have families.

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Tempting

December 28, 2015 Leave a comment

A little humor from the New Yorker archives for all bloggers out there

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A startup that helps startups start up

November 23, 2015 Leave a comment

A sign of our times. Another good one from the NewYorker.

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Cattle class: United appoints someone with experience in moving cattle

October 3, 2015 Leave a comment

I found this letter in last weeks’ Economist funny.

I see that United Airlines, facing huge competition, has appointed a railroad executive as its new boss (“The chairman’s flight”, September 12th). I am sure his experience with cattle cars will serve him well when squeezing passengers into planes.

It would be unfair to single out United, however. I think none of the US carriers (with maybe the exception of Virgin) know the meaning of service. Sad.

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Funny: Boring meetings

September 22, 2015 Leave a comment

Admit it, we’ve all been in meetings like this.

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Another funny one from the New Yorker.

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