Why Clearing the Jungle, Dynamics GP-Style, Means Implementing Daily Tasks
Executive coach and blogger Michael Wade recently made the important point that a base camp in the jungle requires regularly chopping back the jungle to keep from overwhelming the camp.
His key points were that:
1. You can't chop back the entire jungle.
2. It makes no sense to chop back more than is operationally required because you'd be wasting energy and time.
3. Daily chopping is easier than chopping every two or three days but it may provide a sense of less accomplishment since the growth would be smaller.