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The Tamiflu trials

  The Tamiflu trials have been published in the BMJ.  Basically, the drug is rubbish.  But very profitable when governments can be conned into stockpiling it.  Some highlights from the BMJ editorial are below.  Read the full articles.  Spot similarities to the … Continue reading

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You don’t have to be a detective…

…to see that it’s not only the police and NHS affected by the probophilic, command and control mindset of obsessive management. But Sector Inspector Simon Guilfoyle has written Intelligent Policing  How Systems Thinking Methods Eclipse Conventional Management Practice  Does any of this … Continue reading

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Trawling not solving

One of the errors at the root of the inspection cartel is that it investigates issues that aren’t problems, only “non-compliances” with the ISO standard that might perhaps be related to a problem, if one existed at all.  It is … Continue reading

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Crime In Progress

Inspector Guilfoyle has written a long, referenced essay, aptly entitled Crime In Progress, the Impact Of Targets On Police Service Delivery.  Perhaps, he will further develop the crime aspect of the management culture he is criticising.  It is a crime against progress.  Is … Continue reading

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I am an inspector. Please buy accreditation.

Are scientists and doctors also vulnerable to scams like this? Citizens Gullible to Doctor Look-Alikes ISTANBUL (Reuters) Apr 27 2011 – Turkish police donned white coats and stethoscopes to disguise themselves as doctors, then knocked on people’s doors to see … Continue reading

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