Here’s a dilemma:
What’s worse: Committing a mistake early on or committing a mistake after having thoroughly adressed a problem? In other words: is it worse to make a mistake based on superficial judgement or doing a mistake believing you were absolutely right?
Science say: the latter is the worst. Manager loose more money if they ponder a question for a long time than if they make a quick but wrong decision. The bottom-line: better never than late.