We've all heard of the quality/speed/cost triangle. But does moving forward fast really matter? We explore the pros and cons of moving forward faster.
01 Ready to learn faster?
Moving fast often comes at the expense of quality, or does it?
02 Can you afford to move slowly?
Moving forward fast for the sake of it is not worth it. When time is of the essence creating value at speed is invaluable. Moving forward faster is about testing ideas and creating real value. With purpose.
03 The power of incremental improvements
Moving forward at speed is not just about making mistakes quicker, but intentionally learning faster with a razor sharp focus on continual incremental improvements.
“Executives who apply a conventional, systematic approach to solving a pattern recognition problem are often slower to find the solution than those who test their assumptions by knowingly making mistakes.”