The world of work – holidays and cold calls

Today’s musings have nothing to do with chemotherapy or prostate cancer but are in the parallel universe of ‘life goes on’.  I now write as an interested observer of the world of work but some years ago I penned a  note “A ramble through the management undergrowth” based on many years of studying management from the underside.  I even produced some rules which I called Arno’s (such as Arno 34: Don’t let the dead buzzard fool you. – I may explain another day, but on the other hand I may leave you wondering.). However I digress from holidays and cold calls. Continue reading “The world of work – holidays and cold calls”

The world of work – a trip down memory lane

Facebook is full of trivia and bad grammar but sometimes it throws up something interesting. One such something was a link  to a blog from 2010 by David Cain entitled “Your Lifestyle Has Already Been Designed (The Real Reason For The Forty-Hour Workweek)” I will tell you a bit about that blog in a minute but it set me thinking to how work has changed since I started fifty years ago. Continue reading “The world of work – a trip down memory lane”