…cific insights from your supposed expertise, but you’re putting distance between you and your team. In moments when you want to fall back on pattern-matching from your past, it is worth catching yourself and going a layer deeper. What did you try in the past? Why didn’t it work? What about the current situation brings that past situation to mind, and what can you share about what you learned that informs what we should be doing now? This is valuable introspection that will help everyone benefit from your experience.
…wnside, this should be supported. Especially if this improves polish, usability, or squishes a bug. Supporting the passion of your team to identify and execute on opportunities to improve product quality is great for building a culture where everyone feels ownership over the user experience.