Quick, cheap or right, pick two -- isn't quite 'right'.
Well said, Ron Hodges. You can have it quick, cheap or right, pick two. Also, Mark Thiele's the joy of work is good for an avocation, the joy of delivery is good for a vocation. With perfectionists unwilling to experiment until everything is just right, substitute "correctness" for joy of work and you can see why "right" is sometimes a source of slow delivery. To get it quick and almost right on the first try is a way to add "cheap" to the first formula, because a quick solution that's almost right can be corrected through experience and be producing as a deliverable long before exactly right ever gets delivered.