# Murfoexpertology

## McDonald’s law.

Consultants are mysterious persons who ask the firm to inform them of a certain indicator, and then give it to the same firm with an important look.

## Rule of Warren.

To determine the real expert, choose those who predict the greatest duration of this work and the highest cost.

## Law de Nevers about complexity.

The simplest questions are those concerning which you do not know absolutely nothing.

## The lost law of de Nevers.

Never make conjectures about what you can learn for sure.

## Axum of Ducharm.

If you consider any of your problems fairly closely, you yourself are part of this problem.

## Melek’s Law.

The simpler the idea, the more difficult it is.

## Bart’s difference.

There are two types of people: those that divide people into two types, and those who do not.

## Law of Lakopi.

Following food and sex, the strongest desire for a person is to tell a colleague how to do his job.

## The Lacombe Rule.

The probability that something good has happened is either 15-25 or 80-90 percent.

## Consequence of Dudenhofer.

In the range of 40 to 60 percent, a response of 50 percent can be satisfied.