[Common Questions] Why the near perfect output from perfectionists is hardly on time or always useful?

Complex scenarios require systems thinking - hence there is generally more to it than the face value. 

The definition of excellence of deliverable is very subjective and should not be taken in isolation. The systems thinking in this scenario involves time to market, return on investment, quality and cost of delay (if not delivered).

Unless we fully understand and define 'value' while being aware of systemic impacts - every task will be daunting and too late for the market without the real customer's perspective. This is because customers will only see the output from the perfectionists at the end and market conditions might have changed during this long 'in progress' phase in pursuit of higher quality.

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