We Creative Bohemians did beg Trump not to push a Stuffed Shirt on half of America, the half Trump fired, and threw out of the National Fashion Art Store. Getting rid of half your customers in order to get a Rebel Yell out of your Beer Guzzling Bubbas down in the Red States, is not good business. We Bohemians knew Donald would cave to the Chinese Rave and Wave, and flood the market with Stuffed Pandas. To get the ball rolling, the Republicans gleefully announced they are getting rid of Funding for the Arts.
“Get rid of the National Design Department! Bring in my Children!”
The Red Chinese did a victory dance when they heard this, and ordered the manufacture of ten million Panda bears, with fake American flags sewn in the seams. Now, we got a major Whiteout! Everything has gone to BLAND! Most young shoppers got hip to the truth that if you put on a Ivanka Dress, you become invisible. It’s the bad Chameleon Affect. Not cool! Who gets the blame for this disaster? Ivanka, of course, because……………..?
“I think there’s clearly a targeting of her brand, and it’s her name still out there. So she’s not directly running the company, it’s still her name on it. And there’s clearly efforts to undermine that name based on her father’s positions on particular policies that he’s taken. This is a direct attack on his policies and her name.”– White House press secretary Sean Spicer, news briefing, Feb. 8
Donald is saying his daughter failed to get him to do the right thing. It’s all – her fault!
Spicer, who is unqualified for his job, also fingers his bosses daughter in a 1984 scenario. Orwell may have invented BRANDING in protecting the IMAGE of BIG BROTHER at all costs. The Father BRAND must remain pure and pristine, without blemish.
“I think there’s clearly a targeting of her brand, and it’s her name still out there.”
THE TRUMP FAMILY FAILURE is the Republican failure! They bumped Bush upstairs, and he busted us, They do nothing for eight years in order to make Obama look bad, and, their crazy fake patriot base, rolls out their Big Bad Job Making Machine run by a legal team they found in a box of Cracker-Jacks! Their Supreme Court nominee throws his hands up, and cries;
When did Goresuck become aware he was caught in the whirlpool of the Peter Principle, along with Ivana Trump, who threw her BRAND in with a bunch of persnickity Co-terrorists, and priggish Vagina Shamers – who hate the fashion industry because it’s run by homosexuals. How many designers got a green card and were shut out of the country?
“Please! In the name of God and THE LAW! Don’t get me involved in Crazy-ass Job-making schemes doomed to failure!”
Kellyanne, who is unqualified for her job, made the biggest mistake the fashion industry has ever known. She gave away the CHEAP TOP SECRET when she hawked Ivanka Wear out of the Oval Office. What she revealed – with glee – is the World Economy is based upon the sale of Cardboard Belts, and Cheap Ties, that bleed all over your white shirt! Jesus was made to wear these hot items when he went to the cross. They had to nail his ass after he turned over the tables that held these ties and belts.
“My father in heaven, known to you as God, would never allow such cheap items to be made – least sold in His house! For………..shame!”
Kellyanne, had to atone for her great sin, so, the stage was set for her meeting with the Great Man & Awesome Builder&Supreme Maker of just about everything!
“Kellyanne Conway, top adviser to President Donald Trump, apologized to him Thursday after her comments about Ivanka Trump’s clothing line during a TV interview, a senior administration official told CNN. The President expressed to her in that meeting that he backed her up “completely,” the official said. The official also said that the President “hated” the word “counseled” — as was used by press secretary Sean Spicer in the White House briefing Thursday in reference to the White House response to Conway’s comments. Conway tweeted Friday that she had the President’s support.”
As soon as she closed the door to the Great Boardroom in the Sky, she heard;
“What the fug happened? You ruined me! You hurt my BRAND. I would fire you right now, but, then they would figure it out. My BRAND is dead! Dead! Dead! Dead!”
The Peter principle is a concept in management theory formulated by Laurence J. Peter and published in 1969. It states that the selection of a candidate for a position is based on the candidate’s performance in their current role, rather than on abilities relevant to the intended role. Thus, employees only stop being promoted once they can no longer perform effectively, and “managers rise to the level of their incompetence.”
The Peter principle is a special case of a ubiquitous observation: Anything that works will be used in progressively more challenging applications until it fails. This is the “generalized Peter principle”. There is much temptation to use what has worked before, even when this might not be appropriate for the current situation. Peter observed this about humans.
In an organizational structure, assessing an employee’s potential for a promotion is often based on their performance in the current job. This eventually results in their being promoted to their highest level of competence and potentially then to a role in which they are not competent, referred to as their “level of incompetence”. The employee has no chance of further promotion, thus reaching their career’s ceiling in an organization.
Peter suggests that “In time, every post tends to be occupied by an employee who is incompetent to carry out its duties” and [the corollary] that “work is accomplished by those employees who have not yet reached their level of incompetence.” He coined the term hierarchiology as the social science concerned with the basic principles of hierarchically organized systems in the human society.
He noted that their incompetence may be because the required skills are different, but not more difficult. For example, an excellent engineer may be a poor manager because they might not have the interpersonal skills necessary to lead a team.
Rather than seeking to promote a talented “super-competent” junior employee, Peter suggested that an incompetent manager may set them up to fail or dismiss them because they are likely to “violate the first commandment of hierarchical life with incompetent leadership: the hierarchy must be preserved”.
Alessandro Pluchino, Andrea Rapisarda, and Cesare Garofalo used an agent-based modelling approach to simulate the promotion of employees in a system where the Peter principle is assumed to be true. They found that the best way to improve efficiency in an enterprise is to promote people randomly, or to shortlist the best and the worst performer in a given group, from which the person to be promoted is then selected randomly. For this work, they won the 2010 edition of the parody Ig Nobel Prize in management science.
José Ortega y Gasset suggested that: “All public employees should be demoted to their immediately lower level, as they have been promoted until turning incompetent”. Ortega died in 1955, about 14 years before Peter published The Peter Principle.