Many times, I’ve found that groups of people ‘decide’ to undertake an action or ‘agree’ to stop doing things in a certain way or ‘talk about’ their next line of action as a group.
The problem is that often, no one in particular is saddled with the responsibility of doing what is necessary. So, we see neglect everywhere, abandonment of projects, collapse of enterprises even before they are kicked off, decay and disorderliness on the increase.
Every man’s duty is no man’s duty. One person should take responsibility, or at least suggest that tasks be specifically designated.
Tangible progress only comes by the taking of responsibilities.