You can’t legislate quality

It sounds a little strange;   “You can’t legislate quality”.    What that means is that you really can’t set up a lot of rules and laws and expect great behavior results.    If people aren’t motivated to perform some behavior, then they will figure out new innovations for avoiding the effort.    This paradigm relates to the “People”   perspective.

Author: Steve Edens

Solution Architect and sometimes digital sociologist / artist. Steve Edens is a veteran of developing business applications and formerlly Quality Manager for IBM.

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