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Core Business: How Does it Affect You?

Jun 18, 2008

If that fails, make sure you tour everyone's offices and cubicles. Make sure to measure the size of their white boards and also measure the amount of actual 'white space' left on the white boards.

A small or clean white board ratio is typically going to indicate a business that is not evolving, growing or creating new things, but just turning out widgets around the clock.

A super messy white board with a pile of white board dust an inch thick below it in the tray and 3 inches of dust on the floor below the tray with a new avalanche of white board dust preparing to create a skiing hazard for the dry erase markers is a sure sign that the team there is scrambling for solutions around the clock . . .

Or making too many jokes.

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WooHoo ed by Brett Bumeter at 2:39 PM  

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