Your company is in financial turmoil, doom and gloom reigns and meltdown is just around the corner. So what do you do? If you are British, you probably get depressed and moan. But if you are South Korean and your economy appears about to collapse, you do something very different.
Last week, bosses at Samsung Life Insurance ordered staff to walk the streets of Seoul shouting upbeat slogans to defeat the financial crisis.
Other rituals included dancing to boost staff morale and forcing staff to cover their ears to block out the doom and gloom.
The Diary wonders whether there could be a lesson here for some of the less fortunate in the UK industry?
Perhaps GAN's salesforce, dumped two weeks ago after the LAHC deal, should adopt a similar tactic – a performance of Death of a Salesman in Harlow High Street or, in keeping with the company's former French parentage, a group mime of how to seala sale?