There is a persistent, contra-intuitive, rogue management rule: If it’s not broken — break it.
The argument being that “old think” digs one deeper into comfortable, but not necessarily effective, ruts. Breaking the mold forces all concerned into “new think,” which will be more productive. Unfortunately, all too frequently, for those creative, break-the-mold CEO-inspired ideas, there is a catastrophic consequence.
Thus has will be the result from the Affordable Care Act (“Obamacare”) which is proving to be a tar pit into which an ideologically inspired U.S. government executive branch is slave-driving the United States population.
And one can almost hear the Administration muttering the classic mantra of bad planning, “When I undertook to drain the swamp, I didn’t plan in being up to my ass in alligators.”
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