Sloppyness Adds Up

Imagine a busy executive trying to work with multiple people. They’re coming in and out of meetings and working on several projects all day long. They have maybe 15 minutes to concentrate on a thing to try and keep things moving or prevent holding things up. Every time there is a broken link, spelling error, obviously incorrect statement, or something that needs to be double checked, it creates delays and more work.

A culture of sloppyness and lack of attention to detail multiplies the delays and increases the amount of work across everyone in the organization. Ostensibly small details become very important when multiplied by a large number of people.

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