Musings on designing experiences & (re)engineering complexity
Looking at one of the last snowfalls of the season out of the window, am reminded of there always being just a little bit more on deck than whatever might be planned or expected. In the project management space, we used to say something like, “whatever they give you as an estimate for the delivery, multiply it by 2.5. That’s your real number.” This often seems to be the case. We under/over-estimate at such a rate it is probably really more magical when our projects pan out exactly as stated. Perhaps, like this snowfall, the magic isn’t the accuracy of the prediction, but finding the magic in the spaces not so easy explained.
With that, here’s this week’s notable reads:
And a few homegrown pieces: