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As I have heard (and use myself) there are no best practices only "the rest" practices - what the rest of the people do - doesn't mean they are the best - just the most popular.


I like that one - not "the best" only "the rest". Why are we so prone to assume that popularity = best practice?


I wrote an article a few years ago called 'Stop Measuring and Start Managing,' and couldn't agree more.

Solid stuff, Ann. Adopting a practice (best or not) without analysis about fit is a form of managerial malpractice.


Sounds like a very "on point" article!


That's exactly what it is - way to coin a great phrase!

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