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    Default Open letter to CUK.

    I've been thinking about CUK.

    If we take a high altitude view, and then drill down on the strategic staircase, It's clear that some here are not living the values. Indeed, without some clear paradigm shifts, we may not benefit from 360-degree thinking that is harvesting the low hanging fruits across the board.

    I know you can't turn a tanker around with a speed boat change, and I wouldn't want to wrongside the demographic here, but it must be obvious that unless we take some serious idea showers, we're never going to get all our ducks in a row and gain from forward planning.

    So lets conversate, pre-plan and from the get go, really touch base on all that CUK has to offer and maybe we can all go foreward together?

    My door is open on this issue to all stakeholders who want to come to party and deliver 110%.
    I was miserable and depressed, but CUK turned it all around. Now I'm depressed and miserable´╗┐.

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    **** off.

    Seriously.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DimPrawn View Post
    I've been thinking about CUK.

    If we take a high altitude view, and then drill down on the strategic staircase, It's clear that some here are not living the values. Indeed, without some clear paradigm shifts, we may not benefit from 360-degree thinking that is harvesting the low hanging fruits across the board.

    I know you can't turn a tanker around with a speed boat change, and I wouldn't want to wrongside the demographic here, but it must be obvious that unless we take some serious idea showers, we're never going to get all our ducks in a row and gain from forward planning.

    So lets conversate, pre-plan and from the get go, really touch base on all that CUK has to offer and maybe we can all go foreward together?

    My door is open on this issue to all stakeholders who want to come to party and deliver 110%.
    Clearly you're not looking at the view from 30000 feet. But I do like your blue-skies thinking. Going forward maybe we could take this strategic, re-engineered opportunity and use a team-based paradigm on this harmonized, focused scenario?

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    I am sure that everyone is on-board with the concept of your role as a facilitator.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Charles Foster Kane View Post
    **** off.

    Seriously.
    WHS

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    Thanks to DP for pointing out that thanks to our world leading strategic partnership, this business-enabler, end-to-end solution will help users drill down to leverage metrics to target those low-hanging fruit.
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    Although the helicopter view gives the big picture it does not allow us to see where we can leverage our synergies, gain penetration of core vertical markets and break out of our silo's by cross fertilizing ideas.
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    this is just the kind of pro-active, joined-up approach to problem solving that we've been needing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DimPrawn View Post
    I've been thinking about CUK.

    If we take a high altitude view, and then drill down on the strategic staircase, It's clear that some here are not living the values. Indeed, without some clear paradigm shifts, we may not benefit from 360-degree thinking that is harvesting the low hanging fruits across the board.

    I know you can't turn a tanker around with a speed boat change, and I wouldn't want to wrongside the demographic here, but it must be obvious that unless we take some serious idea showers, we're never going to get all our ducks in a row and gain from forward planning.

    So lets conversate, pre-plan and from the get go, really touch base on all that CUK has to offer and maybe we can all go foreward together?

    My door is open on this issue to all stakeholders who want to come to party and deliver 110%.
    WHS

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    Quote Originally Posted by Charles Foster Kane View Post
    **** off.

    Seriously.
    I take it you don't want to be part of our harmonized, focused team scenario then? I am very disappointed with your lack of proactive integral synergy

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