Local efforts now use ‘corporate model’
I believe that on some level, the problem is not an excess of “softheartedness,” but simply pursuing what is “good business.” I've watched things grow from mostly volunteer-driven to a real corporate model. Every year there are more staff, more money, more administration and more clients.
The defense industry is a pretty good model. And, like the defense industry, as long as we have the factory building the landing gear in our community, it really doesn't matter that the fighter jet can barely fly... Yup, I too, don't see much chance for improvement with the current way of doing things.
Matthew Parkhouse, RN