Here’s a funny – and ironic – pic a friend of mine just forwarded me.
Need I say more?
Also, I have on my desk the March 8, 2010 edition of InformationWeek (great mag by the way) that has BP as its cover story. A call out quote says:
“Two years ago, BP CEO Tony Hayward laid some very tough love on his 500 top managers. Despite revenue of about $300 billion, the energy company had become “a serial underperformer” that had “promised a lot but not delivered very much.” Here’s how CIO Dana Deasy responded.”
Promise a lot a not deliver very much – the security mantra of all too many businesses!
I’m sure Obama and his government minions will be able to fix it all. Seriously, I hope someone does. This oil mess is a pretty big blow to Newt Gingrich’s Drill Here Drill Now Pay Less that I was so pumped up about. Really a cruddy situation all around.
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