Attention to detail doesn't necessarily mean perfection

May 30th, 2011

Perfection requires attention to detail.

However attention to detail doesn’t mean perfection.

You can acknowledge the details and realise it’s not quite perfect & work with it.

Just look at iPhone / iPad releases.  We are amazed at what is delivered each year, yet if you internally at Apple you know what’s just around the corner.  They pay attention to detail yet realise it’s not quite perfect.

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