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Who decides what was and is legal?
Apartheid was 'legal' Slavery & bonded labour was 'legal' Colonialism was 'legal' Segregation & Discrimination was 'legal' Preemptive war on innocent people is 'legal' Legality is the construct of the powerful
I wear many turbans, serving as a teacher, consultant and advisor to many organisations most of whom are quite sincere in their efforts to improve performance and profitability. Sincerity is key for success, as are the attitudes, skills and knowledge, of people. Yet organisations fail to succeed primarily because of a lack of good and relevant management systems. Good or bad, every functioning organisation evolves a culture a system and a way of doing things. Good systems are well thought out and are relevant. They delight customers, improve morale and helps the bottom line. Customers are usually delighted by high quality of products and services, and prompt deliveries. Their design is robust and effective, preventing problems and facilitating rapid correction with minimum heartache and headache. Bad systems on the other hand lead to bottlenecks and paralysis, caused by too much centralising of work or a large lumbering bureaucracy. Centralising occurs when organisations and systems r…