The missus, whilst being a fanatical editor, quality checker and supporter of Dork and Cubiclenama, often says that I am too harsh on MBAs in general and management consultants in particular. This, of course, is nonsense. And I have the PowerPoint slides to prove it.
But, to be honest, at least one veteran consultant has written to me about how much Dork has touched one of his/her raw nerves.
So imagine how much pain a spectacular new blog post on the the New Yorker's website will inflict on them. Titled Christopher Nolan's "Implementation", blogger Gideon Lewis-Kraus mashes up management consulting and Inception to produce brilliance:
“If you fail,” says Watanabe, “you will stay in ‘limbo,’ which means spending the rest of your life developing dynamic solutions for leveraged market-driven global enterprise frameworks across downstream cross-platform industry. If you succeed, I will help you return to your former career as an independent boutique retailer of imported artisanal tapenade.”
Read the whole thing here: http://www.newyorker.com/online/blogs/goingson/2010/07/christopher-nolan-implementation.html#ixzz0vXk3Ai46
Ayyo. Too much comedy.