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Old 02-18-2016, 09:10 AM   #1
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Life is full of bugs.No matter how carefully planned, no matter how much time went into design, any project is*going to have*unforseen issues when the rubber hits the road in the implementation stage. And that's okay. Perhaps the best measure of resiliency for any organization*is not how well they handle things when everything is functioning as planned, but rather, how they handle the speed bumps when they come along.read more

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