The recent death of actor/writer/director Harold Ramis (“Animal House,” “Stripes,” “Caddyshack,” “Groundhog Day) got me thinking about humor. One obituary I read made the case that Ramis used humor to explore the underdog dynamic, and how the little guys always triumphed over the big, rich and powerful in the end.
Humor is extremely tricky to use in communications because it can easily be misconstrued. Let’s face it, humor is subjective, and what one person may find funny another person may find offensive. Read more »