“We now favor flexibility over high fidelity, convenience over features, quick and dirty over slow and polished. Having it here and now is more important than having it perfect.”
Get er done is the new credo, or as some would say; “The king is dead, long live the king.” Wired magazine continues its march to triumph over long time leaders in the business publication field, like the Wall Street Journal and Forbes magazine with this latest insightful article on why quick and cheap is the new benchmark in the race to profitability. The article, accessed through the link below, explains how companies as diverse as Pure Digital and Kaiser Permanente are following Larry the Cable Guy’s slogan and reshaping thier businesses. Blue collar workers have long known that VP, (visual progress), is the most important facet of any workday and that they’re not building pianos. Products that do the job are what is needed as our world expands, let the aftermarkets polish and customize them.
via The Good Enough Revolution: When Cheap and Simple Is Just Fine .