…organizational implications. It will change the way budgets are written and projects are chartered. It will discourage explicit scheduling practices and delivery-focused incentive structures. And perhaps most challenging, it will force your organization to work towards a culture that embraces uncertainty, experimentation and learning.
It’s possible that you brilliantly cook dinner, but if your family would have preferred going to a restaurant, you failed. On the other hand, you could be totally unsuccessful at the cook dinner activity, but if your family finds the gesture endearing and thinks of you as being thoughtful anyway, then the activity was a success.