The DeHavilland Blog

Monday, March 12, 2007

It ain't over till it's over

A good reminder from Mike Antonucci of Intercepts that just because a reform is enacted - by law or by mandate - you can't assume your work is done. Reforms are often challenged, as he notes, and you can end up fighting the same battle several times before you see your reform actually put in place.

As arduous as that may be, I would argue that your work doesn't stop there. In order to create the change you intended to create, your reforms have to be launched successfully (funding, training, etc.) and account for issues relating to long-term fidelity and sustainability. All in all, not a process for the faint-hearted.


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