Framing the Dialogue

Who Cut The Cheese?

There are many management improvement books around and this is not one of them.  It is more of a parody of Who Moved the Cheese by Spencer Johnson.  Who Cut the Cheese?
advances a less than optimum method of management by shifting the blame.  As in Johnson’s book, “cheese” represents what you want out of life. 

I am a literal guy and cheese is what I want out of life.  It’s like the perfect food.  In this humorous book, Mason Brown advances one of my favorite quotes:

“The person who smiles in the face of adversity has found someone else to blame.”

Blame as a management technique is often used and could be called a style, but I don’t advocate it.  I have experienced it: I just don’t advocate it.  This is a funny, short read.

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