Category: corporate Communism

It’s the people, stupid!

This post is about two tweets which came my way yesterday.  Both speak of the importance of personal responsibility.  The first describes its reach in private industry (in this case, I believe in relation to a recent story on the…

The price of success is failure

The Guardian reports that thirty NHS trusts have accumulated between them a deficit of £300 million.  Presumably, the government will have to bail them out.  That shouldn’t be such a grand task for Whitehall’s busy bees – after all, they’ve…

The downsides of the blame game

Politics is all about apportioning blame and obtaining advantage as a result.  It could be about something quite different – but, in reality, that’s not how it works.  Two snippets of such reality have just come my way.  The first,…

And you’re owned™

Trademarked straplines are becoming the bane of our life.  I was going to write a post entirely made up of them – but, as is always the case, someone wiser than I am got there first. I suppose my biggest…