December 13, 2011
"…«When many cures are offered for a disease,» wrote Chekhov, «it means the disease is not curable.» If past experience or data suggests that multiple solutions are possible but none are reliably successful, nothing may be the best strategy."

Peter Bregman, fundador de Bregman Partners.

Vía: David Monreal

(Source: blogs.hbr.org)

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