Monday, September 08, 2008


It's been a while.  It's been busy.  Cambria is beautiful!  The Dodgers are in first!  I'm going to my first ever NFL game tonight, and it's BRONCOS Raiders.  And Marji and Roger are in Africa.  And Satchel is still obsessed with apples.
My main purpose today was to share this brilliant pre-read set of questions sent out for a session I'm supposed to be attending tomorrow.  I've read four emails trying to understand what this meeting is about, and I still have no idea.  When you see the questions they've asked us to answer in advance, I think you'll understand (or rather NOT understand):
What are the key pieces of information that are used or created by Marketing to impact business growth, competitiveness and cost savings?
What factors have prevented or slowed success in the past or what perceived obstacles are there for Marketing in successfully using and sharing information?


Anonymous Mary Rothschild said...

I, for one, LOVE the notion of answers that are "documented or not." It gives you such wide horizons to mine or search, but then maybe you don't have to because who would know under the "Documented or Not Doctrine." On the other hand, my freshman survey class often truly adored the notion of undocumented answers. Me, not so much, it turned out.

You have made my evening, Jules! Merci beaucoup!

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