That's my motto, and it seems the Romney campaign didn't heed it. By keeping their ORCA centralized data system under wraps until late, and not giving it a test run, it collapsed and burned on election day.
covered in the story: I'm intrigued by their decision to do a
centralized effort, as opposed to a 50-state effort. Seems like the
sort of thing Republicans accused us bureaucrats of, believing in the
wisdom of the central government. In this case, at least, the community
organizer outdid the business executive.
[Update: Fairfax county school system installed a new math system this fall, with online books, which is causing problems. Apparently they decided not to do a pilot, based on past successes with other subjects.]