(From BusinessWorld (Philippines))
Byline: Antonio R. Samson
Are corporate types cheering impaired? Is a hurrah too loud for the hallowed halls of the corporation? Are luscious ladies in short skirts shouting booola-boola and turning pinwheels out of place near the elevator?
If rhythmic chanting and loud coordinated sounds work to pump up performance and bring play to a higher level in competitive sports, shouldn't these work as effectively in a corporate setting? (Note: This is a corporate piece - so, pay attention) We are not talking here of stroking and giving one-minute praise as encouragement to the weary executive. We have in mind lusty …