Either write something worth reading or do something worth writing about - Benjamin Franklin
When there are simple and many times simple minded platitudes about solving complex and many times wicked or intractable problems in our project management world, think of Ben.
Tell me something actionable, with corrective outcomes in units of measure meaningful to the decision makers. This almost always involves doing something that is obvious, measurable, and that has been done before, but we just forgot, didn't pay attention, or have chosen to stop doing.
My favorite to date is the link to a NYT article about how the federal government needs to improve it's acquisition process. This article lists programs, all analyzed by GAO, all well reviewed and corrective actions being taken. The OP of this article has no connection, other than reading a poorly informed news paper article, about the problems and the possible corrections.
So Ben's advice can be applied here. Do something worth reading about, stop restating the obvious. Or do something outside your personal anecdotal experience worth writing about for others to test in their domain. Either way, we've got very qualified people identifying gaps, root causes, abnd proposed corrective actions from most every problem in the planet. Start with research on what they're saying first, then see if what is claimed to be the smell of dysfunction has a solution that can be directly applied to your domain. If not, there is a real opportunity to contribute to the art and practice of sepnding other peoples money in exchange for creating value.