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We as humans are well aware that we are driven by cognitive biases which impact also the outcome from decision-making processes. We have natural preferences, are too optimistic, or often go even by gut feelings when it comes to decision-making. In project management, this phenomenon is often leading to what is called the planning fallacy as we are usually underestimating efforts that will be required to deliver work items, we often underestimate the cost of delivery, and we underestimate risks that may impact project outcomes. Often - and we can see an increase over the years - such flaws are leading to project delivery failures.
A person who wants to make a positive change in their life will exhibit overexcitement and a readiness to start as quickly as possible — usually at the expense of doing proper research.
Strengthen your leadership
The longer something takes and the more patience it requires, the more people it filters out along the way. Difficult goals are often easier to reach because there’s less competition if patience plays a big role in their accomplishment. Let patience be connected with your decisions.
Do not let failure discourage you.
Most of us know the entrenched and also "newer" PM methodologies out there, used based on the industry, product, service or complexity.
Applying Value Stream and processes which is one of the 4 Dimensions of ITIL 4 Value Streams & Processes