Act Fast, but Not Necessarily First – HBR

Leadership and management article that gives GREAT advice.  In today’s business environment, the tendency is fast supercedes all, and that is just not a successful strategy — it does take strategy!

Excerpt: Boyd, like the most successful business decision makers, outgunned his competition because he was so good at managing delay. He got fast in order to go slow. He used time, instead of letting time use him.

Read full article via Act Fast, but Not Necessarily First – Frank Partnoy – Harvard Business Review.

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