Consensus-driven thinking is inefficient.
It presumes that many perspectives yield the perfect answer.
It is slow, biased, and yields conflicting results.
Hypothesis-driven thinking is more effective.
It enables efficient and agile decision-making.
This is more productive than unicorn-hunting for the perfect answer.
Critical to hypothesis-formulation is asking the right question.
This is the paradox of effective decision-making.
Taking more time to ask the right question creates a faster overall solution.
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