Sunday, April 11, 2010

An Aesop Fable

The Tortoise and the Hare, is the best of Aesop's fable.
It includes an interesting reading and an enlightening feature.
It is a simple naration of how the Hare ,in all its anxiety , huddles through its way to reach the winning post ,and how the tortoise plods and prods its move to reach the goal.
Who wins ? is not the fascinating part of the story, but how it is accomplished is the distinctive impression that adds charm to the ordinary telling.

Management techniques are laid bare in this tale.
This is not an exaggeration, but a proclaimed enunciation.
The hare like managers ,seem to be the majority  in this era.
Quick decisions ,are not to be shooed off entirely.
They have to be given a trial before they are  pronounced.
Speedy execution ,is the need of the hour, cry the managers of this tribe.
Rigth, procrastination is the thief of time, but a sincere work out , a practical approach should be envisaged , before carrying out the order.
A time for thought, is to be taken , before planning the schedule.
A time for programming is to be entrusted , before going ahead.
A time for visualising the result ,should be adopted before executing the task.
Thus the Tortoise slogged its way to glory.
It is think, programme , visualise and achieve.

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