The general said something that should be turned into flashing neon signs for every organization that drags its feet, which I'm certain applies to precisely none of the exemplary enterprises of those reading here.
I'm editing slightly for effect, and for which I'm sure McChrystal would forgive me:
"When you want something In the average organization, people pull out their calendars. But in a good organization, they look at their watches..."
One other notable quotable, the words of which I'm going to get completely wrong, but I offer the sentiment for those who fret over information leaks in their organizations: When asked whether he's concerned about security breeches when he holds incredibly large conference calls (the "60 Minutes" interview showed scores of people in one such videoconference with the Pentagon), McChrystal said he was less worried about leaks than he was about the people who need to be informed not being in the know.