Yes this is my topic: I am a quick decision maker – if needed from the guts. But I know it is not always the best way, now I know why. „The researcher Rosenbaum and his team suggest that rushing to completion too often only yields time wasted by having to go back to revise and refine the work done in haste. Instead of being eager to get things done quickly, perhaps we need to focus on getting things done more slowly but with better quality and less revisions down the road.“ Read the full article
David Burkus is the author of the book The Myths of Creativity: The Truth About How Innovative Companies and People Generate Great Ideas. He is also founder of LDRLB and assistant professor of management at Oral Roberts University.