„You can manage what you do not understand, but you cannot lead it.“

—  Myron Tribus, Myron Tribus quoted in: Henry R. Neave, "Deming'88* Part 2: The 14 Points revisited (Points 1–7)." Total Quality Management 1.2 (1990): 169-182.
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