Is it wise to be so obsessed with speed? Businesses are forever saying that they need more creativity. Dithering & tinkering can help.
In praise of smart procrastination:
..."slowing down makes us more ethical. When confronted with a clear choice between right and wrong, people are five times more likely to do the right thing if they have time to think about it than if they are forced to make a snap decision.
Organisations with a “fast pulse” (such as banks) are more likely to suffer from ethical problems than those that move more slowly.
More context in the original article here:
Via Deb Nystrom, REVELN