- Lynn Curry
- Situational Analysis
- Change Management
- Program Design
Don't let aspirations of perfection prevent execution of actions "good enough" to achieve needed goals. There will always be someone with a tweak to suggest or an addition to insist on or a caution that prevents forward action. All these might be true and correct, but they are also dangerous to the extent that they delay action. Delay means that conditions change, critical actors move or become distracted, costs go up and your advantage diminishes. Better to make a start with good enough plans and improve and adjust along the way. We can help you identify this balance and overcome both the inertia and the excessive caution within your organization. Seize the day!
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