Wednesday, May 28, 2003

Newton's Three Laws of Corporations [courtesy:
Joey Gibson's Blog

  1. Any policy stays in place unless acted on by an outside force.

  2. The force required to change a policy is the product of the number of managers and accountants in the corporation and can be mathematically expressed as F=ma.

  3. Any action to change a policy will be met by an equal and opposite reaction to retain the policy.

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