Explaining Reverse Outcome Tight Control

A Case Study of Mindless/Mindful Governance

Using the lens of mindfulness, our case study of a construction project reveals why mindless enactment of controls leads to reverse outcome tight control—controllers replace project feedback with feedback from controls.
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