Aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaargh!

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    The process people here changed the processes again without telling our group. (You know the people that do the actual order).

    Customer effecting changes that we are not told about are detrimental to the company and yet they consistently do this!

    Now I know why USPS people sometimes go crazy.

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    ...and I've gone crosseyed. Man, I would not last five minutes in an office setting.
     
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    me either! im glad the cable company provides me a van to use
     
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    Looks like they didn't socialize the idea.
    Or get buy-in.
    Or dialog for feedback.
    Or run it up a flagpole to see who saluted.
    Or do a temperature check using a straw man.

    Maybe they thought they would inoculate the stakeholders!
     
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    :rotflmao:


    Nah, they thought it would save them money and make them more sexy for the damned buyout. Except it causes way more man-hours at the point of actual provisioning and ends up costing more.

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