Mr Foolhardy slips over a banana peel. After a few steps he falls again over another banana peel. He gets up and starts walking. On seeing third banana peel he says: "Oh-My-God, now I have to fall again!!!"
.... Like Foolhardy, some do love 'falling' followed by getting 'cured' reactively 'again-n-again' than taking preventive 'care'. What should the case really be?
The PJ (poor joke) above might no longer remain a PJ if banana peel is replaced by a typical problematic situation one encounters in daily routine. The question remains unanswered then: Why do some people find it difficult to act beyond cure? They do think 'Prevention is The Best Cure' though! I was no different from them! But now my journey is gathering speed, hopefully in the direction that the blog is supposed to drive towards. Checkout my other blogs and work at http://www.worldOFkaizen.com/
Monday, 18 March 2013
Waiting for a fall
Murphy's Law: The tile on foot-over-bridge is looking for an opportunity to fall on vehicle speeding underneath. Imagine the magnitude of probable damage in that case.
Is Cost of Poor Quality (CoPQ) resulting from potential failures such as above hidden in the picture affordable?