Oh this made me snort!

I worked for a company who’s plausable premise was that lots of CFOs are terribly unhappy because nobody in their firms actually computes the NPV (Net Present Value) of the various projects they are considering. The software was an expert system that the CFO could give/demand that everybody use as part of the project approval process. The premise, while plausable, was wrong.

It’s easy to over estimate the demand for good practice. Particularly if your an expert in said practice.

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