Casey Butler Harwood
Faux Efficiency Part Deux
What happens when efficiency as we know it is a myth?
Back in 2014, Bryan wrote about how the road to inefficiency is paved with good intentions: Sometimes, it takes longer to navigate the shortcut than it would have taken to travel the long way around. And, by the same token, a hastily developed deliverable that lacks in quality will ultimately end up costing more time (and money) when it, inevitably, falls short and needs revisions, or even replacement.
“The digital wonder around us has come with a cost. We’re losing our ability to concentrate.”