You may have heard the term: “Never change a running system (or machine)." If you are German or have lived in Germany for quite some time I would be quite surprised if you have never come across it. This term is in fact a German pseudo-Anglicism. It comes from the expression: “Never change a winning team.” That has a different relevance after all.
You might remember the quotes I mentioned about Zetschke, Darwin and that managing partner from a large consulting firm in Part 2 of this series blog: Change is an integral part of our lives and it is needed to stay competitive. It is needed to survive.