She realized that churches were not aware of what other churches were doing in the same area and many were trying to "reinvent the wheel
In project management, there's the problem of whether or not to reinvent the wheel
. Is it worthwhile to start over and make big changes, or is it better to reuse part or all of what works and move on from there?
Benchmarking for hospitals; achieving best-in-class performance without having to reinvent the wheel
CONVENTIONAL WISDOM HOLDS that you can't reinvent the wheel
. But a wheel's intelligence is an altogether different case.
"You don't need to reinvent the wheel
. Just do what works."
A JP writing in this month's Magistrate magazine accuses the Lord Chancellor of trying to "reinvent the wheel
" by expanding the "community justice centre" scheme, which sees judges working under the same roof as other services such as probation and social services.
"Rather than reinvent the wheel
, let's build on models that have been successful.
"Adoption of health IT will be too slow if providers have to reinvent the wheel
one by one," AHRQ Director Dr.
In the meantime, corporate America no longer needs to reinvent the wheel
for each new lawsuit.
Why do we continue to reinvent the wheel
when some good knowledge can come through learning and building on past successful situations?
Bullen emphasized the team is not trying to reinvent the wheel
, and that a fair number of concepts will carry forward.
Individuals who repeatedly come up with new tactics, those who try to reinvent the wheel
and more often than not succeed, are at best inspirational, and at worst downright irritating.