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Will It Be a What and How Meeting?

I n my experience, "How" gets short-changed. Once "What" is decided, people begin to pack up their materials as if "How" is self-evident. They sniff, "We don't want to micro-manage" and head for the door. Yeah, sure. Very droll. But we all know that How to implement What has numerous trails and some are extremely treacherous. [Note: Not just mildly treacherous but extremely so.
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