Friday, August 28, 2009
To fast is sometimes too fast
Some things need time to jell and form, like new project management theories and ideas. It seems recently that as soon as someone burps an idea there’s a website, entry in Wikipedia and money making organizations popping up to support it. It’s always good to think of improvements and give them nifty names as reference, but there also needs to be time to let them form and see if what was hoped for is realized. I’m all for getting in at the ground floor and making a mint on a new idea, but getting in before the ground floor is set…and before the idea is fully formed…it reminds me to much of the good ole’ traveling medicine shows.