Reihing, Randall S. Randall.Reihing at utoledo.edu
Fri Nov 8 08:12:50 MST 2019

Sorry Jeff, I know some are very good, and I apologize for not being more specific.  When it comes to the academic arena I spent 37 years in, and many hospitals, it is all too frequently the very first, overriding, priority. Make sure everyone understands who committed, and is responsible for, the error before resolving the issue. With 11 full-time and 12 part-time years in the corporate sector it was very rare to encounter the same priority before resolving the issue. Mistakes, or procedural errors, in the corporate sector were identified, resolved and everyone just moved on. Most of the time you never knew who created them, only that it was an issue to be resolved.

Randall Reihing

From: Triumphs <triumphs-bounces at autox.team.net> on behalf of Jeff Scarbrough <fishplate at gmail.com>
Sent: Friday, November 8, 2019 9:37:02 AM
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On Fri, Nov 8, 2019 at 7:15 AM Reihing, Randall S. <Randall.Reihing at utoledo.edu<mailto:Randall.Reihing at utoledo.edu>> wrote:

This i because in all government offices the primary overriding priority when a problem is encountered is to first, and above all else, assign fault to someone. Not until that fault/responsibility for the issue has been assigned can they move forward on a solution.

With all due respect, and completely off topic:  As a government employee charged with solving problems, I'd appreciate it if you'd narrow your brush there a bit.

 Jeff Scarbrough
Corrosion Acres, Ga.
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