Tag Archives: Canada post

Canada Post: the new business model of non-delivery

Viewed from a customer perspective, it seems that Canada Post is better at delivering punch lines than delivering mail. Its latest plan hinges on cancellation of home delivery.  So, soon the mail won’t reach the address on the envelope.  Canada post will only take it as far as a rack of mailboxes it plans to…
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Canada Post isn’t comedy–it’s a Neocon melodrama

Come to think of it, my criticism of Canada Post isn’t so funny in retrospect. The Corporation has been in the news again because of failings that indicate deeper trouble. While I’ve been preoccupied with strategic issues, management problems have revealed themselves through a spate of unexplained service interruptions and mass absenteeism during the ice…
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What was 2013 about?

What did Socrates say about blogging; “The unblogged life is not worth living,” or, “The unexamined blog is not worth blogging?” I think the latter. Blogs can be revelatory. But revelatory of what? So, I asked myself what the NetGain blog was about in 2013.  As a prime contributor, this is a way asking what I’m about.…
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