To build a great organization, the leader must develop an effective team that knows how to engage in a “thorough process.” This is a strength that could become a weakness. This thorough process can be an impediment. Deliberation may become delay. The leader needs to understand when a thorough process is unnecessary. The key is this: We are after the right answer. “Thorough process” is a means to that end. In situations where risk can be properly controlled, the leader may engage in a simpler way to get to the right answer. In the end, the leader will be judged by the right answer, not the beauty of the process.