This post is part of our business processes series, looking at the strategies and ideas implemented at Thomas Multimedia.
Having constraints and limitations are a good thing – they encourage creativity.
- What can be achieved in 3 weeks if a result is required?
- What can 4 people achieve instead of 20?
Constraints force us to focus on the core problem, rather than waste time on peripheral issues.
Who can honestly say that their greatest achievements were not the result of overcoming a challenge?