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In honor of the Packers vs Bears tonight, I’ve pulled out the time tested The Bears Still Suck song written in 1986 by the Happy Schnapps Combo. And, in a sudden burst of inspiration, created a second verse for it that I will debut here, highlighting the Bears’s QB’s during the Favre and Rodgers era. Here’s the original:
I meant to write a post near my 1 year anniversary of leaving P&G, but it’s one of those things that just keeps on getting put aside. So here I am, almost one and a half years after I left the full time corporate world. It’s a great backdrop for reflection… I’m sitting at the pool of my apartment complex at 10:30 PM. There’s something Zen about being in the dark near a gurgling whirlpool overlooking teal blue water lit up by lights.
What it should be: Hitting measures -> Accomplishing goals
What it is in a lot of the corporate world: Goal is to -> hit measures
This is one of my biggest pet peeves of the corporate world. We get these scorecards we have to hit, and we do whatever it takes to hit the scorecard measures… not the goal of the project.