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Deus Ex Machina
vicc at cia.com.au
Tue Aug 24 08:16:41 EST 2004
Rick Welykochy [rick at praxis.com.au] wrote:
> >its not about profit its about creating value. value for customers,
> >value for staff and in return value for shareholders.
> We need a word injected at this stage. Spin. The above is pure Spin!
> The above is so tired.
> Recall how Microsoft screamed blue murder at its DoJ trial
> and defended the 'creation of value' for businesses and the
> 'protection and promotion of innovation'. We've seen nothing of
> the sort from that company since Bush Jr unshackled them from
> possible punitive measures.
> Let's review: value for customers ... nope, methinks perceived value
> for product paid for has declined over the past ten years, i.e. you
> pay more, get less and practically no service. Stuff that one.
stop buying then. surely you are free individual with the smarts to decide
when something is worth paying for or not. or is someone holding a gun
to you head and forcing you to buy?
the reality is you dont have the courage of your convictions other then
to vent against business, in relation to claiming you are not getting
value for money. if you didnt get value for money for your products and
services why do you buy them?
or have business taken over your free will and you are on a mindless
automata buying spree?
the fact is the people who claim how unfair things are and how products
and services dont represent money for value have the opprotunity to
go into business and do something about it. since they choose not to do
so one can only conclude they have no idea how to improve these
products or services to make them cheaper or better, and these vents are
just hollow whineing of the inadequates.
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