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First day in grad. school my dept. head and advisor went to the "green" board and wrote: CYOA. Yeah, a green board was used in 1976-77!
He "tapped" the board vociferously and his chalk broke! He stated that you need to cover your own because no one else will, or should. Thank you again Dr. Robert Ulrich, School of Public Services, Central Missouri State University. A good solid person who helped with guidance.
The message is be accountable to yourself and others. Do not rely on a group to agree all of the time.
What happen to setting and reaching realistic goals? Why are people tired of the consensus route? Most times the outcome is minimal and we go back to same problem. Translation: wasted time and effort. Then the group takes the heat instead of the leader of the organization.
That's why they are paid big bucks! Is that right?
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