“I ask companies to list their top 10 promises, how many will be fulfilled, and how many will be fulfilled on time. … In the best companies in the world, they say about 60 percent will be fulfilled. In normal companies, it’s around 30 percent. I’d say, just imagine how your company will be affected if you raise that 20 percentage points. That’s the simplest way I know of showing the commercial potential of what Fernando invented.”
What if this were applied to politicians and governments – local, state and federal?
What if this were applied in education? So many promises, so little effective delivery. It isn’t for lack of trying or money being thrown at the problem.