While I was flying to some training and before I fired up MT on the Zune, I started to read the Airline magazine (Alaskan) about making business conferences more memorable by staging theatrics. Some companies specialize in making a huge presentations for these conferences.
For example, they had a story about the huge production of the CEO fighting off ninjas (the competion) and throwing smoke grenades in front of the assembled company ala Mission Impossible. A minor example was the CEO of 800-Got Junk riding in on a camel to demonstrate that the company got over the "hump".
I'm all for motivation and themes but this seems a bit too much for my tastes. Does anyone else think this goes a bit overboard or seem like a waste of funds? Could this money be better spent elsewhere on the conference? or is this just my "D" barking
Last but not least, could Mark and Mike fight off Ninjas and succeed??