Is Perfection the Enemy of Good?

As I’m writing this column, the U.S. government is debating the approval of a trillion dollar-plus stimulation package, the Dow Jones average has dipped into the 7,000 range, hundreds of thousands of people were laid off work last week, and poor-performing companies throughout the United States are looking to the government to take money from the well-managed companies so they can continue to perform poorly. Continue reading

Is Perfection the Enemy of Good?

As I’m writing this column, the U.S. government is debating the approval of a trillion dollar-plus stimulation package, the Dow Jones average has dipped into the 7,000 range, hundreds of thousands of people were laid off work last week, and poor-performing companies throughout the United States are looking to the government to take money from the well-managed companies so they can continue to perform poorly. Continue reading