Choosing the right pace is critical to the impact of what you are doing. It’s not just a question of choosing fast and furious over slow and steady or vice versa. It’s about making decisions and implementing them such that it has optimum and timely effect.
The pace of life today is almost hyper active. The pace of change accelerating all the time. Deals are being made and broken every second, products bought and sold every millisecond, companies being created and dying every hour, news being updated as it happens, people travelling, moving, creating, ideating, doing all the time… across seas, across borders. All because of the constant information flows happening in this world.
We can choose to operate around the clock 365 days if we wish just by working in different time zones. Yet when it comes to countries like ours, we are caught on both ends of the spectrum. Some have access to a first world life style and others struggle to maintain bare minimum livelihoods. The world is their oyster for some and some have not stepped beyond their neighbourhood. In countries like ours the pace of policy change matters because it has immense implication on the scope of development that takes place.
Driving a progressive growth approach requires creating a diverse and inclusive environment with a collaborative and creative approach. One that reflects the rate of development directly linked with the pace of change. Mastering this clock is all about choosing when to be fast and when to be slow.