An engineer in a management class

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Subject: An engineer in a management class
management prof:

"Vishal badhula (the engineer), can you tell me what you would do to increase productivity and job satisfaction at this plant?"


hmm, tis hard for mey to ansswer tis question... I will try google. Whats the name of the company again?


[24-08-2006,00:56]
Anonymous
(in reply to: An engineer in a management class)
Vishal badhula: " I´ll have to consult my graphing calculator."
[24-08-2006,00:58]
Anonymous
(in reply to: An engineer in a management class)
promotions to answer your question

+ and engineer would have a hard time in a mgt course the same as a mgt student in an engineering course, so what´s your point

[24-08-2006,00:59]
Anonymous
(in reply to: An engineer in a management class)
hahaha, hilarious stuff.

hahahaha


[24-08-2006,01:01]
Anonymous
(in reply to: An engineer in a management class)
nono, business students learn statistics, and calculus.

on the other hand, engineers know nothing about basic accounting or finance.

[24-08-2006,01:02]
Anonymous
(in reply to: An engineer in a management class)
Vishal badhula: " Sorry, my calculator is broken. I need to get it repair. Please wait a moment while I fix my head."
[24-08-2006,01:13]
Anonymous
(in reply to: An engineer in a management class)
"OKay, I cannot repair because I am chemical engineer not computer engineering. I will call customer serive on my cell... Just a moment."

Engineer to customer service:

"Hello, hello. My calculator is broken and need to compute derivative of polynomial. I need help quick!"

customer servive rep (Badu Mangalwadi):

"Hello!! Welcome to customer service at texas instruments, my name is Badu, I have degree in computer science from ITT bombay, I solve problem!!!"


[24-08-2006,01:21]
Anonymous
(in reply to: An engineer in a management class)
the lowest lamest math is a business math, hahahhaa dont even joke about business student knowing more math than engineers
[24-08-2006,01:21]
Anonymous
(in reply to: An engineer in a management class)
engineers don´t even learn the lamest or the easiest accounting or finance... and they claim they are managers

BWAHAHAHAHA

[24-08-2006,01:23]
Anonymous
(in reply to: An engineer in a management class)
Vishal badhula: "My calculator is broken, how to fix it?"

Muslim on phone: "Ah, I find a solution to your problem! Give me 1 minute! The instructions on fixing the calculator is saved on my MAC. I´ll tell you once my laptop is done loading up!"

[24-08-2006,01:25]
Anonymous



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