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> <cues the music> "To dream, the impossible dream, ..." <g>
> There's no good way to do this, but there are a few less sucky ways.
> First, ask management what areas they see as problems so you can look
Watch Bloomberg or CNBC and you'll see the problem.
> for specific solutions tailored to those problems. That will give you
> maximum bang for your buck. (If they don't actually see any problems,
> it's up to you whether it would be politically astute to ask them
> "then what the frack are you trying to fix?")
Productivity gains are not answers to a problem. It's something you
just do, and in these times, you do it or you lay [more] people off
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