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A well-planned process can produce total garbage if it's inputs are total garbage.
GIGO (garbage in - garbage out), as they say.
alan wilde wrote:
> How can a "well-planned" process produce total garbage? Only if it isn't
> well-planned, surely?
> Alan Wilde
> Andrew Plato said ...
> > Process does not equal quality. There are plenty of well-planned processes
> > that produce total garbage. Again, the components of success are just not
> > that simple.
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