My Commitments

So following in my boss’ stead of posting his commitments, i thought i’d do the same.  Here they are, in no particular order:

  1. reinvent value-added markets
  2. brand e-business technologies
  3. benchmark value-added content
  4. optimize one-to-many infrastructures
  5. enable innovative niches
  6. integrate real-time mindshare
  7. aggregate collaborative content
  8. repurpose transparent platforms
  9. reinvent visionary solutions
  10. visualize end-to-end initiatives
And, above all

  1. Point people to the Web Econmomy Bullsh*t Genarator
I’m sure you’ll find it useful in some way in the work you do!  I sure have as my commitments for the next five years have all been written after only five minutes.  (that’s a 100,000 fold performance improvent!  Clearly an example of “optimizing dynamic solutions” if i do say so myself.

Comments (7)

  1. Mark says:

    I see lots of buzz words that don’t really mean anything.

  2. Phil says:

    This is hilarious. And if that sort of critical, ironic attitude is well accepted within Microsoft, they may after all not be as corporate-corporate (in the "evil" sense) as an outsider would think.

  3. haacked says:

    You forgot to synergize team interdependencies.

  4. JT says:

    Uh, you spelled commitment wrong. (You spelled it commitmant)

  5. Medicinsansskull says:

    Only once.

  6. CyrusN says:

    Mark: " I see lots of buzz words that don’t really mean anything."

    What are you talkign about? You have to really read deep into this to understand it. I recommend printing it out and reading the whole thing a few times. Then you might really get the meaning behind it.