The execution of change, whether in business or in everyday life, once accepted as inevitable, should be managed properly.
Frequently, activities required to implement a change are delayed or postponed whilst other perhaps less arduous or simpler activities are undertaken. “Why do today when you can do it tomorrow?” is a question not so much asked but implied by action. Procrastination of the harder work in favour of the simpler does not really help in the long run.
Twisting an oft use phrase to now say ‘there is madness in the method” seems to reflect the apparent randomness and inefficiencies that often accompanies the deferral of the necessary to accomplish the unnecessary or less urgent.
When the need for change has been accepted it should be embraced with all activities undertaken when required.