barriers to growth
Large bureaucracies are often barriers to change.
People have known this for quite some time
yet we do little to allow for adaptation. The video hits close to home for me since I can recognize many of the same traits and stale responses seen here, in people with whom I work.
So it is frustrating to have to listen to dense dittoheads
more concerns about keeping the turf beneath their feet stable than in recognizing that sometimes change is necessary for stability.
I want to make one more thing clear while writing about this phenomena; while the examples shown [and linked to
] refer to government bureaucracies, these traits and practices are not limited to government. Insurance and bank lending giants, major corporations [look at the automotive industry] and private health care practitioners are equally as guilty.
We need to change these stultifying practices in order to make some headway at resolving the various [and varied
] crises facing our society today.THANKS TO: Bill Pierce for the link to this YouTube presentation. Much of the "script" comes directly from bureaucratic dictates. Apparently, you can not make this up.
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