Every system is perfectly designed to achieve the results it gets/
So, said Deming.
Or, it might not have been him, but some other American.
Take a group of likeminded people,
& avoid – diversity at all cost;
those who disagree are not likeminded
must be cast-out.
Bring them together,
get them to agree,
let them to have a good-time;
Over a glass of wine,
take what is made
is the sum-total
of the combination of ideas and outputs of the originators.
If the output is wrong, doesn’t quite fit,
If it gives you a result which was once almost or good-enough right,
Which was once consistent with the world-order, then,
But has not kept-pace, now,
has lagged behind
of changing times
And you take the same batch of folk,
and get them talking,
without them acknowledging that the landscape has altered,
what was correct then
is no longer &
what was good then
is now a flop,
without them possessing the humility
that the order
you are left with
Something along the lines of hubris.
A classical concoction of bleary-eyed losers
doing their best to maintain
in the face of a