Too often, we value immediate results over long-term improvement. CFOs play accounting games to meet quarterly earnings projections.
Overrated vs. Underrated: Common Beliefs We Get Wrong
James Clear

I work for an organization that currently has this mindset. Of course if your goal as CEO is to bleed the company dry and then move on to plunder somewhere else it works (sigh). At least it keeps my paychecks coming for now. However, the suspicion that a large percentage of the people in charge of important things go about solving problems this way makes me less than optimistic about our collective future.

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