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Scott Chase mentioned this on 1/26/02 6:21 PM -
>who actually ever reads mission statements?
I remember the glory days of consultant-happy re-organizations. Mission
statements were flying around like flies after a BBQ.
We all read 'em- we had to- we were making the damn things.
But, after the meetings and the excursions, I'm not sure anyone could
even tell you where they are, much less what they said.
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