11/08/21 • 48 min
Do you find yourself in a state of decision paralysis because you feel you don't have all the data you need?
Did you consider that by the time you have all the data, it might be too late?
Especially if the data is coming from the wrong sources.
Consider this: have you got enough data to make a decision you can live with.
In this episode, I speak with Bruno Pešec about why speed of decision making is often more important than quality and why indecision is still a decision.
About the guest
Bruno Pešec helps business leaders innovate profitably. He is the rare innovator who can claim that he's worked on a regulation-defying freight train and an award-winning board game. In addition to his corporate experience with brands like DNV, DNB, and Kongsberg Group, Bruno runs a community of entrepreneurs of several thousand members. He is currently undertaking a doctorate in organisational change, with a specific focus on the issues with innovation in large enterprises.
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