On most development projects, time is a scarcer resource than money.
Film critics believe they can be successful even if the project they are on is a failure.
Perfection is not expected; delivery is.
Whenever people get together and break rank and responsibility, the organization gets a little healthier.
Organizational lines exists for control and decision-making. They don't usually exist to accelerate work throughput.
Reality is king.
An abundance of information creates a paucity of attention.
Suppressing bad news can turn solvable problems into unsolvable problems.
The result of this misdirected civility is deep mediocrity.
Whenever you hear "I don't know," you hear a declaration of trust.