Designers and creatives are only as good as the team they are surrounded by. If a talented designer has to spend 80% of their time teaching others or constantly explaining every decision in a rational way to stakeholders — they might not be such a talented creative in a few years. Their craft deteriorates.
…t mean neglecting reality, resisting innovation, or making false promises of returning to the past. It does mean framing change in a more human-centered way that takes into account the context of why people go to work: what work means to a worker, not what their work means to the change agent. Then and only then can we begin building a bridge from the challenge of change today to the promise of change tomorrow.