Swimming in a tsunami of change
How much evidence do we “really” needed before deciding to change? Should change be based on an optimistic faith in the future, or is it possible to “look before we leap”?
Are we asking the right questions in preparation for a change? Are we ready to deal with unintended outcomes?
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