Denver, Colo (SatireWire.com) – As the CEO of b2b software firm Archimetrix, Janine Radcliffe had a serious new economy problem. Despite organizing action teams to implement action plans, despite reducing the company’s mantra into a single, digestible sound-bite – “Sell Business Software” – Archimetrix was not moving quickly enough to keep up with competitors and the market. Then Radcliffe did something rather unusual. She died.
“My employees just couldn’t get it done, and now I’m rid of ’em, and things couldn’t be better,” said Radcliffe. “May they join me in Hell,” she added.
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