When a brilliant idea isn't so brilliant

06/16/2010 | BNET

Focusing energy on a project just because it's "brilliant" does not always justify diverting time and resources from other company goals, Steve Tobak writes. He argues that pet projects can lead to a loss of focus and increased opportunity cost. More important than figuring out what to do, he writes, is figuring out what ideas should be passed over.

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