Bail faster and keep a good thought

You know the manager of your sports club is in trouble when he gets a vote of confidence from team ownership. “We are full committed to stand behind Coach X,” is often code for “please send your resume care of….”

I’m not saying this is necessarily the case in this story about USA Today and its sluping circulation, but I don’t know if I would make any long term ourchases at this point.

A lot of it is psychological: Management wants to keep its work force as calm as possible. Distraught workers make for a poor product. Contented cows give better milk. Sorry, bad anaology.


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