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The underlying thought of the KISS principle (Keep It Simple Stupid) is that, because managers are none too bright, the greater the complexity, the more likely they are to make a mess of their management.

Or that it's stupid not to concentrate your efforts on the main and all-important theme. Hence the instruction which worked such electoral wonders for President Clinton: 'It's the economy, stupid'.


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