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April 23, 2008


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JJ Commoner

You couldn't make this stuff up (though evidently 17 people interested in managing knowledge crammed into a small windowless room have enough individual hallucinations to come to consensus about the need to manage wisdom).

I presume that they have yet to address the "how", and only came up with a vision statement ...


Once the wisdom production planned for this year has been achieved I suggest we shift our scare resources to the production of folly.

JJ Commoner

You're right ... folly is scary.

We'd be wise (or at least appear knowledgeable) to stay on message, put in place some good metrics, manage what we can measure, and then make the metric indicators gently "disappear" when things don't go the way we wanted them to be managed.


The better part of wisdom is managing your manager.

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