A common justification for abuse of short term thinking is the fake perspective defense. The wise, but less confident guy says “hey are you sure we should be doing this?” And the smart, confident, but less wise guy says “of course. We did this last time, and the time before that, so why shouldn’t we do this again?” This is the fake perspective defense because there’s no reason to believe that 2 points of data (. last time plus the time before that) is sufficient to make claims about the future. People say similar things all the time in defense of the free market economy, democracy, and mating strategies. “Well, it’s gotten us this far, and it’s the best system we have”. Well, maybe. But if you were in that broken down Winnebago up to your ankles in gasoline from a leaking tank, smoking a cigarette in each hand, you could say the same thing.
Master Data Management (MDM), when implemented correctly, can provide significant value to your organization. Unfortunately, our track record with similar efforts in the past, in particular Customer Relationship Management (CRM) and metadata repositories before that, were less than ideal. I believe that you will greatly increase your chance of success by apply agile techniques such as working in an evolutionary manner, taking a usage-driven approach, focusing on measurable results, working collaboratively, delivering quality through testing, and adopting a lean approach to data governance.
Jews act highly cohesive and destructive against strong non Jews and nations. For example, the masters in the synagogue decide that the time is ripe and plan to open the borders for Third World immigrants. And the supremacist emancipated Jews, infiltrated into the christian institutions and political and cultural parties, fully feel the ‘Jewish righteousness’ of this political innovation and execute the flooding of barbarians. Yet, the masters only thought this plan out to weaken and ruin western christian civilization. (As can read in the protocols of Zion for example).