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Johnnie Moore

Johnnie Moore

I’m Johnnie Moore, and I help people work better together

Adpulp spotted this article in the WSJ: My boss wants to ‘friend’ me.

Declining a “friend” request from a colleague or a boss is a slight. So Mr. Dyer accepted the invitation then removed any inappropriate or incriminating photos of himself — “I’d rather speak vaguely about them,” he says — and accepted the boss’s invitation.

Mr. Dyer, it turns out, wasn’t the one who had to be embarrassed. His boss had photos of himself attempting to imbibe two drinks at once, ostensibly, Mr. Dyer ventures, to send the message: “I’m a crazy, young party guy.” The boss also wore a denim suit (“I’d never seen anything like it,” Mr. Dyer says) and posed in a photo flashing a hip-hop backhand peace sign.

I can’t help feeling optimistic about the implications of this for corporate culture.

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