Gerrit Lösch "special talk" to Bethel members

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  • TJ - iAmCleared2Land
    TJ - iAmCleared2Land


    Lots of things you could pick apart in this special talk, but... this one got me:

    3. …creating artificial work when there is not enough work for everyone to do. Creating excessive and detailed manuals take away the dignity of the worker. It says that they are not able to do the work without detailed instructions, although there are some who may need such details.

    Do they not realize that this is exactly what they do each year with the District Convention instructions, Quick Build "behavior" manuals, etc.? Sheesh!

    And can any former Bethel members tell me what the SAP computer program is??

    The Bethel family displays an excellent spirit. However, some display a worldly and corporate attitude. This corporate attitude affects a few, and has not spread to others. However, it is the responsibility of all to be careful we are not influence by the corporate attitude. But isn't Bethel a "non-profit corporation"? Bethel does not endorse a corporate attitude. For instance, the Bible does speak of "manager " yet Luke 12:42 refers to a house manager (Gr., oi•ko•no'mos) not in the sense of how a worldly manager or management operates. How can such an attitude enter? It comes from reading many worldly journals, from the Internet, adopting theories, it is conveyed through brothers who own or do business in the world and when we adopt their views.Can it come from computer programs like SAP? No. Although the program is made with certain terminology and operations - these can be adjusted to meet our needs.
  • What-A-Coincidence

    Here you go:

    THOUSANDS OF DOLLARS WERE SPENT ON THIS VENTURE. Not only in the program but support and tranining.

    Bethel had created different programs for different departments regarding inventory and such. This one replaced them all.

  • VM44

    Although the program is made with certain terminology and operations - these can be adjusted to meet our needs.

    When did Lösch become an expert at Software Engineering?

  • TJ - iAmCleared2Land
    TJ - iAmCleared2Land

    WOW, WAC!

    I know about SAP, the commercial program--I've written customizations / extentions for it, for a company I worked for. I thought it was some internal Bethel acryonym "Safe Access Point" or something. lol

  • daniel-p

    They were in the process of shifting all their departmental tracking programs over to SAP when I was at Wallkill around 2000/2001. What I heard from the IT guys was that it wasn't exactly the easiest program to learn, but that at least once they did learn it, they could get a well-paying job when they left.

  • WTWizard

    When did Lösch become an expert at Software Engineering?

    Never. He just needs to sound like an expert. That is all it takes to confuse people into staying faithful to the Washtowel Slaveholdery corporation.

    I do not recommend taking any advice from this humanoid on any subject. Research and cross reference it yourself. Anyone following his advice is likely to get pxxx poor results. Note his advice on college. (And those following it are paying with higher unemployment). His advice on health issues is also worse than anything you will find, either with allopathic or naturopathic sources, on the Web. I would never trust him to engineer my computer software, either--it could render the whole computer unstable.

  • VM44

    -it could render the whole computer unstable

    Oh No! The computer has been infected by the dreaded Austrian Lösch Virus!

  • joebin
    When did Lösch become an expert at Software Engineering?

    It's somewhat akin to Gore who invented the internet, if you know what I mean.

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