There should be a six-year-old kid in every boardroom

25 10 2010

by AngryPanda

I’ve long-held to the believe that in every important group of decision makers there should be a six-year-old kid. Whatever plan you decide on, you have to explain it to the kid. If the kid doesn’t get it that’s ok. But if the kid thinks your plan sounds completely stupid you should consider that maybe you are doing something wrong. They could ask smart questions like:

There’s a ton more but in general I think if a six-year-old calls your idea bonkers you should at least take a good look at your plan before you go through with it.

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26 10 2010
LassLisa

Saw your trackback from Twenty Sided and wanted to let you know the comic seems to be from Sunday Morning Breakfast Cereal (http://www.smbc-comics.com/).

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