Pyramid Philosophical

Friday, November 10, 2006

Time Pressures

Mistakes are made as a result of time pressures. In the long run this causes ever greater delays. The race to reach targets causes more and more problems. Time pressure equates to inefficiency as so much time must be spent correcting mistakes. Many times mistakes are simply left and then new mistakes are made based on faulty information. It is all compounded towards the future. Such an attitude will inevitably result in disaster.

The quick return today causes a massive cost overhead to be stacked up for tomorrow.

The inverted pyramid syndrome: start fast without sufficient consideration and create instability. This seems to be the 'way forward'.

I just see it all as going backwards. Fast.


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