Business Analysis : Friday Fictioneers 13 Feb 2015

PHOTO PROMPT -Copyright Rochelle Wisoff-Fields

PHOTO PROMPT -Copyright Rochelle Wisoff-Fields

“So you want me to look at your business report and analyze why it failed?”
“Well, you are the expert!”
“So you have a motor repair garage”
“The best equipped one”
“Right on the main road?”
“One of the busiest road of the city!”
“So what were your client’s primary complain?”
“They said it was difficult for them to come to our garage”
“Was it the Traffic?”
“No, the entrance.”
“Congested?”
“Not at all, it’s through the wide open balcony”
“You must be having a ramp?”
“Don’t be silly – ramp will be too steep – we use stairs to our balcony; our garage is on the first floor”

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31 responses to “Business Analysis : Friday Fictioneers 13 Feb 2015

  1. Haha this one made me laugh. Well done!

  2. I can’t possibly imagine what the problem was. 🙂

  3. I think they might have located the business bottleneck… 🙂

  4. Let me guess – they used to work in government before opening the garage. We call a group of managers a “hindrance,” with good reason. Thanks for the laughs this morning.

  5. Oh dear… This may be an extreme case, but if you’d speak to a business analyst, they would probably tell you similar stories.
    Thanks for the laugh!

  6. Very amusing, though I worry about someone who needs an expert to see where this business’ problem lay.

  7. I could see how that might put people off. 🙂

  8. Makes me wonder what type of motors he repairs. Haha!

  9. That was hilarious!! 🙂

  10. Too funny! At least I should be able to get my old pedal car up there!

  11. That was clever. We had a similar problem in the rental house we’re currently living in while we search for a new home. Stairs were so narrow and twisting that we could only get our small pieces of furniture in. Very funny story.

  12. The customer’s always right, of course 😛
    So funny, Horus!
    Ellespeth

  13. Hah, what a funny story, great job!

  14. Okay, this totally made me chuckle. I really liked the almost “of course this doesn’t work that way” while the person being analyzes doesn’t see the problem at all.

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