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Decision Management’s “Epsom Salt” Problem

July 14, 2011 No Comments

Have you looked at a packet of Epsom Salt recently? Here’s a product that describes itself as

  • a soaking aid for minor sprains and bruises
  • a saline laxative for the short term relief of constipation
  • a plant nutrient for vigorous lawns, flowers, plants, vegetables and trees

Three very different uses – after all, how many laxatives would you put on your garden or in your bath? Every time I see this product packaging I chuckle. It just seems so unlikely.

What, I hear you ask, does this have to do with Decision Management?

Read More of James Taylor’s Blog Post on Everything Decision Management

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