?In matters of principle, stand like a rock; in matters of taste, swim with the current.? - Thomas Jefferson
I’m going to give everyone who ever made or implemented a policy a break. I’m going to say that every policy-maker had the very best of intentions when they created whatever policy it was that they created.
The policy or in some cases rule, was intended to prevent a current or potential problem. Maybe every policy has prevented a problem but there are a whole lot of policies that fixed one problem and created seven more.
Too often policy-makers consider only the consequences of NOT creating a policy and pay little attention to the consequences of creating one. What’s more, they almost never consider the consequences of the consequences of creating policy upon policy.
Just so we’re clear, I’m a big believer in the need for policies and processes and measurements…
View original post 453 more words