Re-Evaluating Results

Our culture has a heavy-biased towards the bottom line. What actually happened. The score of the game, the company’s profits, the grades from class.

And when the end-results turn out bad? We start blaming those involved.

Yes, we should hold people accountable. But blanket disapproval is pretty harsh. Intentional acts of good can go unrewarded. Unintentional acts that end badly may need forgiving.

It’s a good day when we’re better about giving credit that’s due.