Common Vocabulary

At the end of an email to Mark this week, I wrote: “My opinion. And, if it’s the unchosen alternative, I’m completely willing to murder it myself”. I was referring to this cast, about professional subordination: http://www.manager-tools.com/2010/12/professional-subordination-part-1. As I wrote it, I realised how useful it is to have a common vocabulary. One of the […]

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