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More about Project Management Aphorisms

Bob Ashley has a nice ran^H^H^Hcomment on Project Management aphorisms here. I'll leave out the part about dying flowers, Tom Peters, Marshall Goldsmith and fantasy fulfilment and just choose this part:

In conclusion, I think we're enthralled with the aphoristic "form", but repeatedly mistake it for "content".

Rather well said if you ask me.

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