Saturday, January 8, 2011


It's often said that the squeaky wheel gets the oil. Organizationally speaking, this often means that the person who is willing to express their displeasure the loudest is going to not only be heard, but to receive the response they are looking for.

The problem with providing "oil" for this squeaky wheel is that it doesn't actually solve the problem. Especially when what you are really dealing with is a squeak toy. You can keep applying oil to it, but it isn't going to change the true nature of what it is. That squeak just isn't going to stop.

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