Archive | Thu, Feb 2, 2006

When Best Practices Aren’t

"Best Practices" is a popular buzzword combo throughout the business these days. defines Best Practice as a "term which refers to those practices that have produced outstanding results in another situation and that could be adapted for our situation". Unfortunately, I see too many examples in this business of organizations rushing to implement a Best Practice in hopes of immediately solving a problem, as though the implementation is more important than the quality of what is delivered. For example, the trend of conductors talking from the stage... In and of itself, [...]
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