- "They" probably aren't idiots.
- You won't have enough information.
- The initial determination of the problem is incorrect.
- Complex analysis is fine but complicated plans are not.
- Some of the biggest bastards regard themselves as idealists.
- Intentions mean very little when compared to results.
- Large organizations are collections of tribes.
- When considering a workplace culture, you should watch out for the sub-cultures.
- It pays to know why walls were built and trails were cut.
- The simplest tasks will take a great deal of time.
- Someone feels left out.
- Experience matters.
- A few of your facts aren't facts.
- Logic is a foreign tongue to many.
- One size doesn't fit all.
- Your charm won't be enough.
- You should listen to the mavericks even if you don't buy all of their points.
- The sure thing isn't.
- The analysis contains an apple that is really an orange.
- If there are a lot of weasel words then a weasel is nearby.
- It pays to choose your mistakes.
Thursday, January 10, 2013
Experience Shows That...
Posted by Michael Wade at 3:30 AM