Humor - The Great Indian Management

Once upon a time there was an Indian rowing team.

India & Japan agreed to have an annual rowing race.  Each team would contain 8 men.

Both teams worked really hard to get in best shape.  The day the race started both teams were in similar condition.  Although, the Japanese won by 1 mile.

The mood in the Indian team was really close to the freezing point.  The top management decided to win the race next year.  So they established a team of analysts to observe the situation and recommend an appropriate solution.

After several detailed analysis the team found out that Japanese had 7 rowers and only 1 captain.

Of course the Indian team had 7 captains but only 1 rower.

Facing such critical scenario the management showed an unexpected wisdom:  they hired the consulting company to restructure the Indian team.

After several months the consultants came up with the conclusion that there were too many captains and too few rowers in the Indian team.  A solution was proposed based on this analysis:  the structure of the Indian team has to be changed!

For the next race it was decided that there will be only 4 captains in the team led by 2 managers, 1 top-manager, and 1 rower.  Beside that, they suggested to improve the rower’s working environment and to give him higher competencies.

Next year, the Japanese won by 2 miles.

The Indian team immediately displaced the rower from the team based on his unsatisfactory performance.

But the bonus award was paid to the management for the strong motivation the team showed during the preparation phase.

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Note:  I received this in a forwarded e-mail.  I do not know where it originated or who depicted it!
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1 comment:

  1. This example shows that Indians are cynical about established rules and buffoonery of "EXPERIENCE" is most important.


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