Wednesday, November 17, 2010
This may seem like a silly cartoon, but the idea that departments all over a company stop thinking about the bottom line and rapidly spend their allotted budget at the end of the year is not untrue. I've seen it at multiple companies and wonder if there isn't a better way. Instead of letting the finance people hold a department "flat" meaning, what you spend this year you get next year and no more, why not budget for what they need and if they manage to save $$, then reward them for their efforts.
I know, me and my silly ideas.
PS - I'm in trouble with whatshisface over having watched my movie girlfriend's Glee performance. Oops. Sorry honey. I still want to watch the show - it won't kill my enjoyment. HONEST.