Where The Hell Is My Bacon?
Updated: Mar 10, 2020
Bacon bits. An untimely health directive. Frazzled technology departments. These may not sound like the makings of a company-wide protest, but, when mixed together with a dash of humor and a pinch of social media, a hilarious and enlightening story begins to unfold. Unexpectedly, fried pork becomes the voice of the people and a beacon of change.
Where The Hell Is My Bacon? is the true story of how bacon mastered change management and employee engagement in modern-day corporate culture and helped an entire department find its mojo again. It is a polygamous marriage between bacon, business, and humor with timely messages about overcoming poor management.
Following a single social media post lamenting the loss of their beloved pork, the voice of the department exploded. The masses had suffered enough, and they revolted in a grand, food-centric protest.
It was a sad day for bacon but a triumphant moment for the people, who brought to light important lessons about good leadership, employee engagement, communication, and trust.
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About The Author
Beth Anne Campbell is an IT consultant and manager who has worked in the corporate world for two decades. Born and raised in the state of Michigan, she is currently living in Virginia with her husband, Sean. She describes herself as slightly rebellious, harmlessly sarcastic, and passionate about good leadership. In her spare time, she can be found working on her next blog or book, hiking the beautiful Blue Ridge Mountains trails, or spending time with her extended family of five siblings and 13 nieces and nephews.
As a writer, Beth has learned to recognize events that are worth putting down on paper. She realized the bacon story was important while it was happening and captured the events in her personal journal at the end of each day. She knew, someday, she would share the tale of how bacon became the voice of the people and a beacon of change.