By sheer coincidence yesterday’s Dilbert cartoon and the delightful Paye’s Grey by Chris Priestley from the New Statesman both picked up on the way that organisational cultures can destroy ideas. I reproduce both below.

dilbert

Payne's Grey
Just in case the words are a bit blurred in the latter case then here is the text by frame

  • Pooley Bridge always looked for that certain something in an employee …
  • That spark of originality …
  • That special quality that set them apart.
  • Then crushed it.
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