Me: So we're doing this?
Me: Righto, lets--what?
Fe: *shudders* Just, can you...
Me: You don't want to do this?
Fe: Of course I do. Just--
Me: No, look, you're upset, or something?
Fe: Let's go! We're doing this!
Me: What?! No! You're like--
Fe: Just do it!
Me: Are you sure
Fe: I'm SURE!!!
Me: Faaa--, c'mon, seriously, you don't want to do this at all, do you?!
It's not that there isn't commitment. It's that commission goes haywire. I imagine
that this can be overcome by adequate consultation, but my (limited) experience is that even when there is consultation, it is extremely easy to simply not hear what the other side is saying. We are, after all, talking about competing judgment functions. If one side has made a decision about what is right and the other side comes along with a different decision made under terms that the other side doesn't subscribe to...