guest post by Gladys S.W. Lam
It’s time again to look out for those silly, frustrating or dumb rules that you encounter in everyday life. Our RulesSayMustNot contest continues again this year. Last year’s iPad winner was Christopher Heritage, Business Analyst at Liberty Medical Supply. See how happy he is with his iPad and Tshirt …
For those of you who forgot the rules for our contest, it’s simple: submit your rules; our LinkedIn members vote; the top 10 get circulated at the 2012 Building Business Capability Conference. Attendees at the conference join in the fun and the owner of the rule that receives the most votes wins an iPad!
We had tremendous fun at last year’s conference. In the next little while, I will release some of the great entries from last year to get your rule thinking juices flowing. Look out for business rules … they are all around you.
Happy business rule hunting!!
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