Genetic Engineering for Meetings

Ever wish you could clone parts of your assistant and your human-resources director — just the best qualities of both? You can — well, sort of.

Ex ad-man Kevin Carroll, of Carroll Communications, a Westport, Conn.-based training consultancy, “morphs” slides of company employees and/or executives to produce “genetically re-engineered” versions. It's good for a laugh, Carroll says — but there's a bonus.

“The idea is to have fun with this, to laugh together. But underneath it is

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