Learning and knowledge LO6554

Gordon Housworth (ghidra@mail.msen.com)
Wed, 10 Apr 1996 03:27:40 -0400

Replying to LO6486 --


At 11:27 07/04/1996 -0400, you wrote:
>A friend of mine says when asked what he does says: "Quality stuff." ...
"Well, what kind of quality "stuff" do you use?" Again, he senses that
someone is trying to box him in, so he replies: "the stuff that works." His
only fear is that someday, someone will refer to what he does as the TSTW

It's already happened. We euphemistically call our toolset of the moment
"stuff that works" and we keep adding and subtracting items that are
working more or less well. We did it precisely to escape the
pigeon-holing that concerned your colleague. Sure enough, a couple of
clients now call it "STW" increasingly less in jest. Labels are indeed
hard to avoid.

Best regards, Gordon Housworth
Intellectual Capital Group
Tel: 810-626-1310


Gordon Housworth <ghidra@mail.msen.com>

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