It all started with the Staples "Easy" button that says robotically when pressed, "That was easy!"
Then came the "B.S." button that yells out, "That was bullsh*t!"
Now we have the decision and indecisional buttons for "Sorry," "Yes," "Maybe," and "No."
Very much like organizational decision-making and politics where either we can't make up our minds, hedge our bets because we simply don't know, or make decisions on imperfect knowledge or with plenty of biases.
It's funny-sad how instead of decisions and progress, some people lie and pretend that what they are saying has any reality or basis to it despite proof to the compelte opposite.
For example, over and over again, we hear some politicians say there is no military solution in Syria, yet Russia has proved that completely false turning the tides of the war in Assad's favor and driving back the U.S.-backed rebels and recapturing dozens of towns and cities.
You can probably think of plenty more examples as this is the germy spin that we all must swim and navigate in.
If only, we could just press a "truth" button to get past all the garbage thrown at us then maybe we could get down to business and really get something done. ;-)
(Source Photo: Dannielle Blumenthal)