Communicate before it’s too late: the state of being rogered graph

January 7, 2012

In Brussels, we often find industries and organisations being battered by regulation and complaining: it’s not fair, we’re safe/clean/beneficial to the economy/a major employer/innovative/etc.

Yet often, the said industry or organisation failed to communicate that it was safe/clean/etc. to anyone before it started getting battered. In fact, often, an organisation or industry goes even more silent once it starts getting battered.

The highly scientific state of being rogered graph shows that the state of being rogered (defined as the likelihood of detrimental regulation being imposed) increases over time if one fails to communicate.

Moral of the story, if you indeed are safe/clean/innovative/etc. don’t wait for us all to find out on our own.

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