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Stephen Billing

I found this post interesting. You point to different degrees of 'purism' with OD and also to the OD 'toolkit' which I think can get in the way of practitioners doing something useful and making a different - people have to see things through their toolkit and follow a certain number of steps in a methodology. This can mean that the result takes a lot longer to obtain.

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