Malicious Compliance Birthday Cards

Last week it was my birthday.

The family now knows how I think.

Malicious compliance is well understood round here.

They got me these cards (twice).

There is no hiding place.

* Disclaimers……

1. Not the best ever piece of verse written for a birthday card, but I’m having a go.

2. The drilling in the pictures in no way represents my DIY abilities.

3. Neither does it represent any act of malicious compliance on my part (many years as a practitioner have taught me to be far more subtle).

So, what’s the PONT?

  1. Malicious compliance is not a difficult concept to understand.
  2. Some acts of malicious compliance can be very obvious (check out the links below).
  3. Don’t let your family read your blog, they will know how you think.

Related posts:

https://whatsthepont.wordpress.com/2012/01/29/malicious-compliance-i-hate-painting-and-filling-in-forms/

https://whatsthepont.wordpress.com/2012/04/26/more-malicious-compliance-mastery-and-lessons-from-shed-building/

https://whatsthepont.wordpress.com/2012/06/23/my-epic-communication-fail-the-4-foot-post-story/

https://whatsthepont.wordpress.com/2012/05/10/sherry-and-twiglets-vrs-fence-building-how-shared-action-builds-relationships-and-why-i-want-a-walking-coach/

About whatsthepont

The things I’m currently interested in are: 1.How people learn and share knowledge; 2.Social Media, Web2.0 whatever you want to call the world of the internet; 3.Better public services.

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