Organizations frequently operate in pressure-filled environments. Teams are asked to continuously produce more with less. Operations are pushed to their perceived limits. Processes are constrained by volume, complexity or limited resources. Technology may appear unresponsive to user needs. However, in the right environment, under the right pressure, the most fragile components may become stable.
On a related note, a raw egg yolk and white won’t separate if the egg is cracked below 60 feet of water. The water pressure keeps it together.
What do we truly know about our client, project or team pressure points?
Tagged: Constraints, Pressure