The no-problem problem

An organization that's run on emergencies and reaction to incoming doesn't know what to do when there are no problems.

Instead of seeking out new ways to delight, they run around looking for new emergencies, and if they look hard enough, of course they'll find them.

(Two reasons for this: emergencies concentrate the mind and allow things to get done, and history).

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