“A sunny afternoon, a family playing cards on a terrace. One of them thinks they should move - not that he cares, on the contrary, but he thinks the others want to - so he proposes a trip to Abilene. No fun, hot, bad food. Back home one of them admits that he had preferred to stay home. Everybody would have liked that, only they did not admit to it when it was still time to enjoy the afternoon.” extracted from “The Abilene Paradox” by Jerry B. Harvey > http://www.arl.org/diversity/leading/issue8/abilene.html

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