The 30 Percent Rule and the Art of Early Feedback

(c) moyan brenn

(c) moyan brenn

The 30 Percent Rule and the Art of Early Feedback.

I’ve written before on the curse of waiting for a document to be “perfect” before submit it and the perils since perfection doesn’t exist and this is such a time-sucker in demanding environments.

In support, This is quite a good piece on why we should encourage people to seek early feedback (when they are 30% done is the suggested check in moment) and more importantly how we can support these requests as managers:

“To make it a habit on your team, you will need to go back and reevaluate your company culture; pay specific attention to how/when/whether you discourage your team members from presenting less than perfect work, at stages when their work should be less then perfect.”

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