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January 2008 - Dakota Tribal Wisdom

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Dakota tribal wisdom says that when you discover you are riding a dead horse, the best strategy is to dismount. However, we often try many other strategies, such as…

  1. Change riders
  2. Buy a stronger whip
  3. Fall back on: “this is the way we’ve always ridden.”
  4. Appoint a committee to study the horse.
  5. Arrange a visit to other sites to see how they ride dead horses.
  6. Increase the standards for riding dead horse.
  7. Select a group to revive the dead horse.
  8. Develop a training session to improve riding skills.
  9. compare the state of dead horses in today’s environment.
  10. Change the requirements so that the horse no longer meets the standard of dead.
  11. Hire an external consultant to show how a dead horse can be ridden.
  12. Harness several dead horses together to improve speed.
  13. Increase funding to improve the horse’s performance.
  14. Declare that no horse is too dead to beat.
  15. Do a study to see if outsourcing will reduce the cost of riding a dead horse.
  16. Buy a computer program to enhance dead horse performance.
  17. Declare a dead horse is more cost effective than a live one.
  18. From a workgroup to propose uses for a dead horse.
  19. Change performance requirements for the horse.
  20. Promote the dead horse to supervisory position.

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