Tag Archives: targets

Since we keep failing to meet them – shall we get rid of targets?

This forum discussion on failing to meet targets is worth reading.  The first post ends with the proposition, “Are targets a waste of time – they must be if no one tries to meet them – so rather than reducing people … 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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