Developing Science Globally
Developing Science Globally

Beyond Traditions

Traditions are normally formed as a result of successful experiences. We continue them because of guaranteed outcome. However, this is usually ignored that every tradition has an expiry date. This means that if a tradition was a successful experience in the past, it does not guarantee to be a useful one for today. Unfortunately, this failure is not always obvious, as every tradition attain its legibility from its history and background. The problem is that traditions will be re-examined to judge if they are still valid or not. This misleading can be justified in public culture, but not within academia, the home of intellectuals.

Any management system, implementing change, or initiative needs to carefully examine the rigid traditions involved, otherwise, it will lead to repeat of useless repeats.
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