People are not as logical and rational as classical economists believe nor as emotional and irrational as behavioral economists lead us to believe. The truth, and hence the most valuable insights, lies somewhere in between.
The current focus on velocity short circuits deliberation and deep-thinking and rewards jumping to quick conclusions. Knowledge and deep insights stem from an interdisciplinary approach, staring at gestalts and from time for quiet reflection. While no Luddite is a marketer, our bias for speed needs to be balanced with time for slow deliberation.