Exam time in my B-school was fun. I spent time playing B-hinD-D-tacky G (read behn di taki ji). A game behind B-school gyaan’s Dirty Doctrines and Tacky Globe (also called faff). Played by perennially jaded ones like me who feel zombied at jargon loaded syllabi, esp. one night before their
Coming back to B-hinD-D-tacky G. An out of the ordinary game for brainless souls which helps them stay awake and add some sad humor to all the gyaan puked at them in the first semester of their B-school life. All one needs to do is pick three words and put them in a sentence. Keep shuffling them till the time the meaning really changes.
Lesson1, Page 1, Line 1 - The Strategic Direction should be Aligned to the core work process.
Pick 3 words: Strategy. Direction. Alignment.
Now look at the majjicc!!!
The Aligned Direction should be Strategic to the core work process
The Direction Strategy should be Aligned to the core work process
The Strategic Alignment should be Directed to the core work process
No change in the sense (or nonsense) it makes. 3 points!!! Yeyeyeye!!!Applause!!
Burp. B-school over. Sales starts.
My first interaction with my boss. We were planning to discuss the ‘ profitability of the channel partners ’ after lunch. I prepared myself for another unexciting damp theoretical sitting. I was all set with my likely contributions (Strategy. Direction. Alignment)
He started by saying, “Distributor kutte ka mafiq hona chahiye.Tum haddi feko. Who pooch hilaye”
Now I use behn di taki in its real sense (as and when required).