There are tons of literature out there that talk about how to save time and manage time. A lot of them are useful but most of them ignore a key resource related to time: momentum. Usually this term is thought of simply in physical terms; in physics, it is defined as the mass of an object x speed of the object. The bigger the object or the faster it moves, the greater its momentum. From the business perspective, a similar phenomenon occurs, albeit not physically. The “mass” is the importance of the activity/decision (the object). As the organization implements activities faster and faster (and achieves progress faster and faster), it gains momentum. (The slower, the less momentum). Despite the old adage, “Time is Money”, I would argue that “Momentum is Money.” Time happens regardless of what you do; money doesn’t. Momentum, on the other hand, has everything to do with what you do and how and when you do it.