Rule #15

Black Sheep Rebel Club Rule #15

Change doesn’t always equal progress. Change to tactics and equipment that results in a marked improvement should be tried and tested under the scrutiny of experience. However, implementing new tactics simply because they’re new is a faulty course to follow. Innovation is wonderful, but efficiency and success should be the measure of our methods. As the old saying goes, “if it ain’t broke, don’t fix it.”

A recent article on this subject from the military blog-world:
http://www.havokjournal.com/culture/re-challenging-the-outside-the-box-fallacy/

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