Scott Adams, Dilbert, Trump, & management
Scott Adams: you're the creator of the Dilbert comic strip and a supporter of Donald Trump.
In December 2015, Trump released his plan for a temporary ban on non-citizen Muslims entering the U.S.
Then, eight months later, Trump released a revised version. In the new version, there's a temporary ban on those entering from certain regions and there's an ideology test for those coming to the U.S.
Obviously, Trump thinks the new version is better than the version that he released eight months prior.
As someone experienced with management and processes, what do you suggest Trump does going forward to make sure it doesn't take eight months to come up with what he thinks is a better plan?
Please only address that point: what should Trump do to reduce the time it takes him to come up with a plan that he thinks is better?