ITU personnel Associations Bulletin Information No.11, January 1977
A case study on communication (From a spy in the UNDP for the benefit of the ITU)
Secretary-General to Deputy Secretary-Genenral
Tomorrow at 9 a.m there will be a solar eclipse, something we do not see every day. Let the staff assemble in dark suits. I shall personally give the explanations to be made at the observation of this rare event. If it rains we, shall not be able to see the eclipse very well; in this case the staff will assemble in the cafeteria.
Deputy Secretary-General to Chief of Department
The Secretary-General has instructed that, tomorrow at 9 a.m, there will be a solar eclipse. If it rains, we, in our dark suits, will not be able to see it very well on the street. In that case we shall make the disappearance of the sun take place in the cafeteria, something we do not see every day.
Chief of Department to Head of Division
Upon instruction of the Secretary-General, the disappearance of the sun will take place tomorrow morning at 9 a.m, in the cafeteria in a dark suit. The Secretary-General will also give instructions as to whether it is to rain; this is something we do not see every day.
Head of Division to Administrative Officer
If it rains tomorrow in the cafeteria, something we do not see every day, then the Secretary-General, in his dark suit, will disappear at 9 a.m
Administrative Officer to General Service Staff.
Tomorrow at 9 a.m, the Secretary-General will disappear. What a pity we are unable to see that every day.
(From a spy in the UNDP for the benefit of the ITU)