There’s so much focus on keeping teams busy that we tend to work on the “highest priority thing” without asking whether the highest priority thing is worthwhile. In this approach, priority is relative to the other things, not to some absolute guidelines or heuristic. If it looks better than the other things…well, we do it. Confirmation bias will lead us to say “of course it is important”…but is it?
The problem here is that added complexity is extremely costly.
Do you ship by default?
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