- Chapter 11. Maintain Momentum
- from The Jazz Process: Collaboration, Innovation, and Agility
- Publisher: Addison-Wesley Professional
- Released: June 2010
When momentum is achieved fewer resources are needed to continue forward. The concept of momentum not only applies to physical objects but to group effort as well. Momentum can be constructive, producing increasingly greater results, or it can be destructive, producing negative feedback loops and wasting resources. It can be helpful to think of momentum in terms of the jazz concepts of Form, Tempo, and Pulse.
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