The Balle-Argentee method of business improvement.

October 18, 2007

In a comment to my post of yesterday, Brian Sherwood-Jones referenced this wonderful story. It is a great fable of a good idea, trivialised through opportunism and ignorance. All told as a reverse of the tale of the Three Little Pigs. It is a delight, and given that some people do not have an RSS feed on comments I thought I would give it an airing here.

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