Consequences for too much planning






When someone plans things that cannot be panned or plans too much:
  • the time and effort spent for the planning don’t increase certainty and don’t reduce risks

  • it can creates a false sense of certainty and safety this drives wrong decisions

  • a plan over-detailed upfront stiffs innovation

  • the time and effort spent for the unnecessary planning causes delays

 

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