Everything measured goes up

….”Everything measured goes up”. Specifically, he meant that the act of measuring itself creates an impetus for change and competition—a pressure to move a figure towards whichever extreme is (sometimes arbitrarily given the absence of context) defined as ‘better’. It’s a comment on the nature of observation, feedback loops and the selection of the criteria by which you measure success.

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