I began thinking about measurement after reading a short article on LeaderTalk about a book that discussed certain aspects of measurement. One of the premises of the author was that of making sure we are measuring what is important rather than measuring a lot of things. In particular, we want to avoid measuring for the sake of gathering data before determining if the data is worthwhile.
Wednesday, April 02, 2008
One of the things I find sometimes gets lost in our day-to-day living is a sense of humor and laughter. Not only does effective use of humor help make people feel better, it has also been shown to help strengthen our immune system as well as help children learn. So in that vein, here's a link to some creative puns. Enjoy and if you have a favorite, post it in the comments section.