This Photo Seems Like the Definition of “Workaround”
This picture is absolutely classic, from the great website Failblog.org. On their website, it was titled “Ultimate Laziness FAIL.” Looking in the workplace, how often is it easier (not “lazier” to workaround a problem (in the short term) in a way that causes bigger problems downstream? How does your organization help people identify and fix the situations and problems that cause people to employ workarounds?
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