Fixing 'Nearly 20%' Gets You Kudos in Government. In Business, It Gets You FiredHarold L. Sirkin
When corporate programs fail to meet expectations, management typically pulls the plug. When government programs fail to meet expectations, government officials typically double-down, increasing funding or creating another program—perhaps in the same agency, perhaps elsewhere—with substantially the same mandate.
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