Good and bad targets

Malcolm Lowe-Lauri's carefully worded article emphasised the processes that may be provoked by a target culture. It is surely right that these are the clue to any improvement in performance associated with targeting, other than thrashing the horses. However, the article colludes with the general statement of 'Targets Work', without ...

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