It’s a mindset, not just a strategy you deploy.

When people have back pains, you can pitch them to lose weight, start working out, do Yoga or Pilates (after all, this will prevent of having back pains on the future), but the majority are just interested to stop the immediate pain.

We need band-aids. It just seems we have too many band-aid people in our organizations. If we focus too much on band-aids and let our organization be defined how we react to emergencies, is it any wonder we don’t have enough time and effort left to focus on a strategy that would eliminate the need for having a constant deployment of band-aids in the first place?

We need to diminish the importance of the band-aid culture before we deploy a rehab strategy that leads to constant change.