Our current "quality" initiative is being promoted with pretty posters in the major hallways. For emphasis the poster are in cases, big glass-front boxes with 3 or 4 inches of depth for the poster to be displayed in. The current version is praising a particular bottom-rank employee for his attention to detail. The posters were put up with weak glue, so they've all come off the back of the box and are slumped against the glass. It's been like that for a couple of weeks now. They're still readable even with all the wrinkles, it's fairly stiff cardboard. But I wonder what impression this "attention to detail" message makes on the test pilots.