Tuesday, December 29, 2009


Through a new branch of research, the FSRI has recently discovered this amazing information. The Corporate Ninja Code of Honor runs as follows:

1. Never reveal to anyone that you are a corporate ninja.

2. Satisfying your company and clients is your highest goal.

3. If your company gives you a mission (or project), success is your only option.

4. Never reveal the company you work for, or your master, when captured.

5. If your mission (or project) fails, you must commit seppuku.

6. If you cannot commit seppuku, resign or request a transfer to a different department.

7. Dress in black - mostly.

8. You must lend aid to all other corporate ninjas in your company.

9. No one should know your true identity.

10. Don't bring your sword on a business flight as a "carry-on."

Happy Ninjitsuing! and a happy New Year!

KWA and the FSRI

Monday, December 21, 2009

Happy Holidays!

From everyone here at the FSRI, we extend our best wishes to you and yours. And, as always ...keep Faking Smart!

Remember these three things when attending your office party:

1. Reindeer can be dangerous when cornered.

2. It is a felony in many jurisdictions to force one into touching Santa's little elf.

3. Always accompany your dram of Akvavit with a sliver of pickled herring.

Be happy, but be safe...!

KWA and the FSRI

Friday, December 4, 2009

FSRI CEO of the Week

Here's our FSRI Corporate Executive Officer of the week. This guy is head honcho for the Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center. He looks like Mr. Keaton from "Family Ties."

Keep up the good work, Mr. Keaton, and good luck with the center!