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By Donald Lambro
Growth spikes are little more than trend-free anomalies
Independent voices from the The Washington Times Communities
Topic - Richard P. Rumelt
Do not, I repeat, do not read this book if you plan to savor the coming 11 months of political blather-skating by our apparent seekers of high office. For if you have read this book, their pious sloganeering and obfuscations during the campaign debate orgies may cause you to kick the cat across the room and do violence to your new flat-screen television.
It sounds simple, but as Mr. Rumelt argues, very few leaders - corporate or governmental - bother to think goals through.
So a doctor's diagnosis leads him to the therapeutic approach he chooses and then to the prescriptions he writes for the patient.