On Jan 10, 2013, at 12:02 PM, GS Chandy <email@example.com> wrote:
> Can RH provide ANY data at all to demonstrate the validity of his claim that OPMS is just "petty list-making - and nothing else"???
Yes, certainly. You have been trying to sell OPMS to the world for at least 20 years and all you have to show for that is a single anecdotal story of a relative using it once.
May I give you some advice? If you really believe that OPMS still has promise left in it, after all these years, then wouldn't it make more sense for you to focus your efforts and attention on making it better and finding someone, anyone, that can make it work and provide actual examples of it working? Wouldn't that be better than focusing so much of your attention towards the very people who have the lowest regard for your tool?
As another piece of advice, maybe you were simply wrong and it is past time that you realize that. That complex issues and especially supremely complex human issues are simply too complex for lists and pert charts, something I realized in the 80's.
I don't have anything else to offer you other than those two pieces of advice. Choose one.