Corporate Rajisms

Starting a new series: Corporate Rajisms!
Just general observations, no company in particular.
Feel free to add more 🙂

1) It takes a Herculean effort to prevent a full scale disaster resulting from half-baked design and half-hearted implementation
2) Creativity and problem solving die a natural death at the altar where compliance and cost cutting meet
3) If all it takes to succeed is making a few heads roll the biggest suggest stories would be dictators, tyrants and despots
4) ” ‘Tis a lesson you should heed: Try, try, try again. If at first you don’t succeed, try, try, try again” goes a saying. Did someone forget to add the caveat it doesn’t apply to companies that resort to serial layoffs?
5) If it’s employees who breathe life into any enterprise why do companies hope to thrive cutting the oxygen supply by laying off employees?