Quote of the Day

Sometimes, we pick a fake problem that has a convenient and easy fake solution. Because, the thinking goes, we're taking action, so things must be getting better.

“There is surely nothing quite so useless as doing with great efficiency what should not be done at all.” — Peter Drucker, “Managing for Business Effectiveness,” Harvard Business Review, May 1963

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Quote of the Day

Some of the greatest impediments to effectiveness are the slogans, the commitments, the issues of yesterday, which still dominate public discourse, still confine vision.

“Some of the greatest impediments to effectiveness are the slogans, the commitments, the issues of yesterday, which still dominate public discourse, still confine vision.” — Peter Drucker, The New Realities