In his book, Rules for Revolutionaries, Guy Kawasaki has a chapter called ‘Don’t Worry, Be Crappy.’
Several years ago I was watching an episode of CBS Sunday Morning and they featured a Manhattan restauranteur who had five different restaurant concepts in Manhattan alone. Each one had received Zagat’s highest rating, which was unprecedented at the time. The interviewer was pressing the restaurant entrepreneur about the secrets of his success. The entrepreneur finally cut off the interviewer, politely, and said, “Not one of my restaurants was ever anything better than mediocre in the first six months after opening. If we’d have waited until they were perfect we never would have opened.”
If you’re reading this you or your organization probably has ideas you’re kicking around. Go with one of them now. Improve as you go; you have to anyway if the venture is to be viable longterm.