Paving the path to organizational goals: Consider the bridge not built

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Paving the path to organizational goals: Consider the bridge not built

Defining and understanding value in your organization
Jonathan Roemer
Wed, 4/7/2021 at 9:26pm

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Thomas Sowell opines in Basic Economics that “ the real cost of anything is still its value in alternative uses. The real cost of building a bridge is whatever else could have been built with that same labor and material. The cost of watching a television sitcom or soap opera is the value of the other things that could have been done with that same time.”

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