Traditionally, we said “at the pace of the slowest man.” Nowadays, we’d say “person,” of course.
In times of change, is that really right? Do we need to go at the speed of the team as a whole?
Change does take time. We can accelerate it by providing suitable experiences, and instilling suitable tools and techniques.
But people need time to grow; time to process; time to come to terms with new information.
It’s not the same as figuring out something intellectual.
There’s a cooking time.
Allowing for it—within reason—will take us forward faster, not slower.
How do you decide the best speed?