Originally Posted by crisare
Ceoli, it seems (based on this and other posts) you automatically equate "policy" with "prescriptive". It also seems that you're equating having a "policy" with having hard and fast, carved in stone rules.
Actually no. I equate a policy with an underlying principle upon which expectations are built. In many ways, those underlying policies do create rules and prescriptions. For me, it doesn't work to have an underlying principle (or "policy" if you will) that encourages less communication over more communication. If something different works for you then great. That wouldn't work for me.