Fast is faster, forward is shorter
Speed is a concept that can mean different things to different people. Some associate it with motion, while others see it as a state of mind. In either case, the idea of speed can be a powerful motivator, pushing us to achieve more, work harder, and strive for success.
Speed and success often go hand in hand, with fast-paced work and rapid progress often being key indicators of achievement. However, it’s not just about speed for the sake of speed. Rather, it’s about having the courage to continue pushing forward, even when faced with setbacks and obstacles.
How can an organization move faster? Without technology, people used to do things manually. However, there is a limit to what a human can process. Today, most human tasks can be automated. For example, it will take approximately 2 to 3 days to receive a container full of stocks, including updating the inventory records in the system. This timeline was acceptable in the past. However, with improvements in methodologies and partner collaborations, this timing can be reduced to less than an hour.
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