Escape from Blog Humiliation

The ICIS blogs managed to avoid total shame and humiliation this week when they were not included in a Times article highlighting the very worst of management blogs.

 

Quoting from some utterly cringe worthy recent postings, Sathnam Sanghera in the “Business Life” column singled out for ridicule such gems as:

 

  • One writer who uses the phrase “three ahas” when he means “three conclusions.”
  • Another management blogger “drawing a parallel between playing jazz and implementing a small ERP system.”
  • A truly inane posting on “How to Avoid Wearing White Socks on TV.”
  • And another ghastly writer who writes “a 666-word essay advising people on how to have a coffee with a colleague.”

 

How their cheeks must be burning, and what a narrow escape for us.

 

 

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