The slap offices are closed on Thursday, August 30th for our annual celebration of Charlie Parker’s birthday.
We love Charlie “Yardbird” Parker’s intuitive genius, deconstruction and reconstruction of the established mathematics of his field and unrelenting passionate pursuit of the new.
Our kind of guy.
Bird’s remarkable prowess and vision earned him a reputation as the best alto saxophone player in history and one of the founding fathers of modern music. If you play music or like music or maybe have just heard of music, we urge you to listen to him.
The slap offices will be bopping as usual on Thursday, August 30. We will respond right away to you at that time.
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Here are the 5 questions.
1. When employees felt respected or disrespected by your company
2. When a new strategy was implemented well or badly
3. How your company responds to your feedback
4. When you’re passionate or bitter about your company
5. Whether your company lives by values
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