Businessweek Finds Humor in Detailed Communication Policies

A bit off topic here, but have you read the April 25-May 1 Bloomberg Businessweek? Max Abelson and Caroline Winter find humor in the fact that Goldman Sachs, a very high-profile organization, has a detailed corporate communication policy. This is news?

While many successful companies have employee guidelines, Goldman’s United States Policies for the Preparation, Supervision, Distribution and Retention of Written And Electronic Communications, published in 2001, is so intricate that its title has two different styles for the word “and.” To help outsiders understand what makes Goldman so great, we’ve categorized these employee requirements into easy-to-remember axioms.”

http://www.businessweek.com/magazine/content/11_18/b4226090195477.htm

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One Response to Businessweek Finds Humor in Detailed Communication Policies

  1. Annie Duvall says:

    This is an intelligent blog. I’m serious. They have so much knowledge on this subject, so much passion. They also know how to do habitancy rally behind him, apparently from the answers. You’ve got here is not to find the obvious, but it makes a big statement to say what you want. Great work, yes.

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