In today’s age of technological abundance it is us who are the bottle neck. Our abilities to frame the way we make decisions, the way we think of our systems (and their constitutes) and our resistance to new cognitive buckets (opinions; as opposed to listening to the ones that fit to our existing ones).
Rather than listing all possible biases and policing them we’d be better off exercising some thoughtfulness.
The world inside our head is where the industrial cobwebs and design sluggishness are hiding.
Rather than spending time with more code (SCRUM), more user testing (Design Sprints) and hoard drawers full of post–its (Design Thinking) we might better off with good old selections, thinking about thinking, and writing about our intuition and interests.