Thursday, July 22, 2010

10 Dangerous Assumptions

  1. The homework was done.

  2. The supporting evidence says what they claim it says.

  3. The person running the project today will be running it next year.

  4. The attorneys were asked the right questions.

  5. Our goals and definitions are the same.

  6. The people who say they want to help do indeed want to help.

  7. Making it easier means making it better.

  8. This is a high priority with those who can quickly overturn it.

  9. The potential for abuse has been adequately contained.

  10. The benefits will not, in the long run, produce highly negative results.

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