Vilified or blamed for inefficiencies by the majority of its constituents, project governance rarely gets the appreciation that it deserves. Why do so many people have such contempt for it, and how do those responsible for governance get out of this state? The answer might be revealed by understanding one of the fundamental laws of economics.
"Nearly every great advance in science arises from a crisis in the old theory, through an endeavor to find a way out of the difficulties created. We must examine old ideas, old theories, although they belong to the past, for this is the only way to understand the importance of the new ones and the extent of their validity."