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    « You could be working too long and hard on that thing | Main | You don’t have to be the perfect leader »
    Friday
    Jul052019

    Good leadership means knowing when to go for 'good enough

    Good leadership means knowing when to go for 'good enough' - for yourself and your team.

    An article in CEOWORLD magazine explains how increments and iterations are the new perfect.

    How do you do it?

    1. Set a course for good enough rather than the pointless pursuit of perfection.

    2. Stop expecting or requiring perfection. Accept first drafts, rough cuts and mock ups. The design industry and many other sectors thrive on them, gaining early feedback, ensuring efficiency of work going forward.

    3. Make the standard clearer. Great leaders clarify the end goal or outcome, beyond a generic call for ‘high quality or ‘really good’. Explain the standard in a measurable way.

    4. Improve over time. Allow learning, iterations and insights to build on first attempts.

    The best and brightest organisations know the power of improving over time rather than expecting perfect. Most of all, assess whether you can go for ‘ish’ - somewhat, near enough - on more things, where near enough is good enough. Is 'ish' feasible, doable or acceptable? It’s a major productivity gain and it’s more motivating for teams when they complete work.

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