A colleague gave me this example the other day.

Kieran Duck (http://www.secondroad.com.au/OurPeople.asp?NAVID=2&CID=64&ShowTitleOnly=1&StaffID=32 ) gave me this example the other day…

A simple confirming instance of the drive to more exhaustively fill out and describe the existing knowledge space…

He was contrasting the relative strengths and weaknesses of the bigger consulting groups, and noted that BCG is renowned for this strength: the setting of “work plans” for its researchers – establishing an exhaustive a priori certainty that the data they will collect will be necessary and sufficient to prove the case to a client.

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