„Most managers are so concerned with today, and with getting our own real and imagined problems settled, that we are incapable of planning corrective or positive actions more than a week or so ahead.“

—  Philip Crosby, Cited in: Joseph C. Fields. Total Quality for Schools: A Suggestion for American Education. 1993, p. 47
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