Parkinson’s Law says that work will expand to fill the time available for its completion.
This law was first noted by a British political analyst and author in 1955 by Professor Cyril Northcote Parkinson. Parkinson was qualified to make such a statement, having worked in the British Civil Service, seeing first-hand how bureaucracy ticks. Bureaucracy itself is a by-product of our culture, thanks to the limiting belief that working harder and longer is somehow better than working smarter and faster.
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