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Interviewee

153 Designer

Team Disadvantages

0, 1

Project Outcome

Unsuccessful

Industry

Home goods

Location

Shanghai

Team Risk Tolerance

Team Dynamics

TeamDynamics_Micromanaging

Company

Futai


Before is not too successful project, but I think it's not successful, it's not because, I think it's very complicated to say that one, because I think it's ideas process is very new for China. I think it's also important to let ideal to fit in this China market, because China's so different from the western country, and also the design environment here is so different. Also the client's perspective and what they can need, what they can't is also different. I think it's not the process that is the problem of itself, maybe it's just, it's not so fit in this market. Yeah, because you know the clients here are not so care about the research. What they want from a design consultancy is okay, I gave you money, you gave me the design. Look at the result, I get the feeling, I know that this is it, okay, this is it. If it's not, maybe, it's very hard to convince them. I think what we'll do is try to find a need or a big story, and what's the design come from from this story, now it's randomly an idea or just because it's beautiful. It's kind of hard to sometimes maybe getting some, maybe not, and it's depending on different project. It's also depending on different clients, what their needs from the project is also different. [7184],[7183],[7185],[7186]
efore is not too successful project, but I think it's not successful, it's not because, I think it's very complicated to say that one, because I think it's ideas process is very new for China. I think it's also important to let ideal to fit in this China market, because China's so different from the western country, and also the design environment here is so different [7202]
I think from the last project, which was a flashlight, it's very special because ... How can I say that? Because the company is actually not a big, big company which produce flashlight, so they don't really have a lot of money, which just means that they don't have so much money and time to get to explore very new product, but actually what they say, what they want is unique, unique flashlight, but it's very different. When we do HR phase to the daily, to the people, sometimes you ask one question, but maybe they answer it in another way. Maybe 10 minutes later, you have to ask a question again, but in the different ways, and try to get the core of their answers, because sometimes people say something, but they don't really mean that. I think this is [inaudible 00:09:54] for the client's part. Sometimes the clients say okay, I just want something cool, something beautiful, something that can sell a lot of money. It's [inaudible 00:10:03], you cannot get anything, right? I think it's very important for any project is to exactly get what is their perspective, what is they really want from this. [7188],[7187]
I think if this works, the project maybe can work better. If not, because we can design something or do some work, but if it does not fit the client's need, it will not be successful. [7189]
Sometimes the client seems not interested in that part, just like last project, the clients fell asleep during the HR presentation. [7191]
I think it's, maybe at first, I didn't want to teach the clients what we can feel, the design's just a product from this research. What is the core importance of research, because we know your clients, it means you know the market, then you can fit market, then you can get money from market. [7203]
I think it's, maybe at first, I didn't want to teach the clients what we can feel, the design's just a product from this research. What is the core importance of research, because we know your clients, it means you know the market, then you can fit market, then you can get money from market. If you don't know that, it's minimized, right. Sometimes the client seems not interested in that part, just like last project, the clients fell asleep during the HR presentation. We even say 10 times, this is important. We never get it. [7190]
I think this is what idea, we have to try to explore that idea. Also, this new project I have been through, I think it's better than before, the last one, because I think it's, we have [inaudible 00:11:55] here, which is one of the idea founder, and he knows that it is very important to match our perspective with the client's one. [7204]
I think this is what idea, we have to try to explore that idea. Also, this new project I have been through, I think it's better than before, the last one, because I think it's, we have [inaudible 00:11:55] here, which is one of the ideo founder, and he knows that it is very important to match our perspective with the client's one. [7193],[7192]
During the end of the HR meeting, he is, because I kind of sound Chinese, and I think what we sign for the contract and what is the client's perspective not matched. I told him, and then he said even he didn't understand the language, he can get the feeling that it's not a match. End of the meeting, he tried to get his question clear, because he said if during this meeting, this problem is not solved, the rest of the work will be useless. No matter how beautiful a product you gave to the clients, they were never satisfied, because of the perspective. [7194],[7195],[7205]
In Ideal not now, because I just join Ideal five months ago. I think now we did this project, I think seems things quite fit very well, because I joined HF phase, also discuss with HF people. We get very strong design direction. I think I also very agree also the direction more easy can get some idea. Sometimes from HF, direction from design is difficult, very difficult to create the design can fit this direction, more ... I don't know how should I say. Let's not talk about design sometimes direction. Yeah. But this time, I think it's good. Yeah. This project. [7129],[7130]
Last one. We did a project for a Chinese local company. Actually, I think we just spend some money hire Ideo do some design, but actually the clients don't know what's design. [7131],[7132],[7113],[7112]
The last one is ... yeah, we try to teach our clients what Ideo's process is, but very hard. I think they don't have design knowledge, like they just know what's design. They probably ... they just want to see the good picture, like good rendering. They don't care about the story, what's the story behind the [inaudible 00:09:43], they didn't care. They also don't care HF. They just care good looking. But sometime, we just start the idea phase one right? [7135],[7136],[7137],[7133],[7134],[7116],[7115],[7114]
We create some good idea, but we don't use very, very good way to explain our ideas, just sketch, just very rough, 'cause client's can't understand. Yeah. Also, I think another thing is clients already spend a lot of money, so they're ... how to say? [7138],[7117]
Expectation is very high. Sometimes they can't imagine, so it's very hard. We don't know what's client exactly want. Yeah. We just try to go to his head. Yeah. [7118],[7119]
Yeah, I think it's why this project not really successful is what we gave to clients far away from what they can do and accept, because as I said, they don't have really a lot of money, but a really innovative product have to need time and money to let it go on market and tasks, but the clients, because they don't have that power, so they are afraid to try. They want the Ideo to make decision for them, but this is not what we do. I think this is big problem for them. [7196],[7197]
I think it's get some input from the team member. He said, "Okay, maybe we just up lot of meeting after meeting, we will decide, maybe these two is good for the clients." But in that time, we not really understand what's the client's need. We just think that's good design for the design perspective, not for client's mind. Maybe some decisions wrong. Yeah. [7141],[7121],[7120],[7122],[7139],[7140]
but I have used a lot of my time to see one of the flashlight [inaudible 00:22:07], different part of flashlight, and which sells a lot on the market, and also our clients like that flashlight a lot. That flashlight, actually, to be honest, at the first glance, I think it's super ugly. I don't know why people like to buy that. [7208]
Actually, Flash, because I didn't get involved into the HR phase and the flash project is to design a flashlight for American clients. I think it's very different, you know. Chinese people rarely use flashlight, but American people, maybe one people have eight or seven flashlight in their home. Actually, I think the behavior is different. For myself, I don't really have the experience of using or having so many different flashlights. Actually, none of our designer get involved into the HR phase, so we don't really can get the firsthand feeling from HR, and so from the thing that our colleagues tell us, there are some interesting needs, [7210],[7209]
Actually, Flash, because I didn't get involved into the HR phase and the flash project is to design a flashlight for American clients. I think it's very different, you know. Chinese people rarely use flashlight, but American people, maybe one people have eight or seven flashlight in their home. Actually, I think the behavior is different. For myself, I don't really have the experience of using or having so many different flashlights. Actually, none of our designer get involved into the HR phase, so we don't really can get the firsthand feeling from HR, and so from the thing that our colleagues tell us, there are some interesting needs, but I have used a lot of my time to see one of the flashlight [inaudible 00:22:07], different part of flashlight, and which sells a lot on the market, and also our clients like that flashlight a lot. That flashlight, actually, to be honest, at the first glance, I think it's super ugly. I don't know why people like to buy that. [7198]
I know that it's a [inaudible 00:22:26] and they cannot take the light direction, it fit people's needs. When we know that clients are not satisfied with our work, I look carefully for selling one. I find that that flashlight already fits most of the need that we get for our research, so it means they're an already existing product, fits almost every need that we are doing now. I think it's ... that's really surprising, and I start to like it a little bit. For me, the flash design, I don't really think, for just myself, I think there are the perfect one are missing. I'm not really satisfied for myself for the design work, yes. [7200],[7201],[7199]
It's quite less. Yeah. It's quite less, because whole project not a lot of money, so sometimes we just save time, don't work too long. [7123]
Yeah. Because clients quite trust Ideo, because Ideo is quite good company. I think just don't want what we want, right? They don't know what they want, so make it finally what we did is ... it's his expectation. [7124],[7126],[7125]
Me and the team member? We are work very good, also work very hard. We sketch together, discuss together, some just make joke, and make environment very relaxed. Actually, we work very well. [7128],[7127]
Basically, I have to say it's unfair, 'cause we lost money on this project. Partly, because of the way client works, and also because of the way our understanding of how client works. I mean, from IDEO's perspective, I would have said client didn't really take their responsibility as majority of the reasons why this project failed. You wanna listen to more details about this project, right? [6381]
Quite simple. The the client makes a flashlight. They are like contract manufacturer, [inaudible 00:26:06] term. They make flashlights, and they show their design to buyers from the American supermarkets. [6382]
Yeah, I definitely have my own perspective on that, why if you expand project on bad experience. Client came to us with a big investment for they want IDEO to do some magic design, which bring them more money. That's their ultimate goal of working with IDEO. They come to us, ask us to design two products, amounting to product categories ways to mass market product. That basically means older product, it can be appreciated by [inaudible 00:27:22] average consumers. The other one is unique category, which is the product needs to have some, either unique shape, or behavior, functionality, features, no matter how unique it is. What defines the unique? That's the probably, actually, for this project, because it's not defined clearly what's uniques, what makes unique. [6383]
For me, I'll pick Flash. The flashlight project. It didn't go well at the end, but it went pretty well, content wise, while I did a [RHF 00:30:19], but while I did [RHF 00:30:21], I was super tired and then I felt that project wasn't well managed at all. And also, it's not sketched proper as well, so it's really like chicken and egg because based on the quality of the content, we didn't have enough resource. [6194],[6195],[6196]
Starting from the first step we made a mistake. Understand a client's perception of a uniqueness, it's really important about, I don't think we did a good job on that. [6384],[6385]
, I feel I need to take beautiful roles and then finish all the things just by myself, and that was super tired. [6199]
And then, during the project, also because lack of resource [6200]
And then, during the project, also because lack of resource, I feel I need to take beautiful roles and then finish all the things just by myself, and that was super tired. Then, maybe Andy can tell you more story about Flash because he handled the last bigger bit which is we had to determine the project because our client didn't want to pay. [6237],[6197],[6198]
Then, maybe Andy can tell you more story about Flash because he handled the last bigger bit which is we had to determine the project because our client didn't want to pay. [6201]
Then, we send Christine. She was in charge of user research, consumer research in the America, talking to a bunch of American people. The market of our client is in the America, the one that's designed products for the American market. That's the reason we send Christine to it. They have an American talking to some American consumerist, try to understand their needs for the flashlight. They got to find a new opportunity areas. [6420]
Then, we also realized the client didn't understand our process at all so probably that would be a offset scenario. [6239],[6240],[6202],[6238]
Christine finished the research on then brought back a bunch of opportunity areas, the design principles for the designers to follow. The designers just generate some ideas based on what they learn from Christine's stories. We were hope to look at the concepts and pick one concept from each category and based on which we can find a design the make that final product design. That's basically how the process went. [6422],[6386],[6421]
[inaudible 00:29:23] design, it didn't make any comments that it brought a design to their buyer. They showed the concepts to the buyers. Buyers, they [inaudible 00:29:35]. They need to convince buyers this designs are good, then buy the product from them. That's the way they make money. I think they got some bad comments from clients, and they just came back to us and say, "Okay, those designs bad. I want a design for the American market. This products must be designed the American designers, 'cause they can roll out with flashlights. You Chinese designers, you rarely use flashlights. How do you know how to design a nice flashlight?" [6425],[6388],[6423],[6424],[6387]
Mainly I think 'cause of their buyer turned down the concepts, that's the reason they're angry about us. They thought they spend this money with us and didn't give them the result which satisfies the buyer. That's the striking point to this relationship gone really bad. That's the story. [6389]
That's their argument. Our designer team is actually quite international. There's German designer, American designer and Chinese designer. We don't think it's a big deal. That's their talking point. Mainly I think 'cause of their buyer turned down the concepts, that's the reason they're angry about us. They thought they spend this money with us and didn't give them the result which satisfies the buyer. That's the striking point to this relationship gone really bad. That's the story. [6426]
The thing is, because they didn't really have budget, so they could only afford three weeks of research, so that means one week preparation, another week to do the research, and the third week is to synthesize plus the documentation. And then, because it's for the U.S. market, so we need to go to the State. [6203]
Also, because short of budget, only me can fly to the State to carry out the research. At that time, I need to find another partner in the State to help me do the research because we have to have two people instead of one people to go to people's house. So, that's the case. [6204]
he actually fall asleep during the presentation, although I believe it's not boring at all. Then, he just like fall asleep, so that's very annoying. [6206]
Supposedly, two, but during [HF 00:35:29] phase, they didn't really give any feedback and then the key client, he actually fall asleep during the presentation, although I believe it's not boring at all. Then, he just like fall asleep, so that's very annoying. [6241],[6242]
Supposedly, two, but during HF phase, they didn't really give any feedback and then the key client, he actually fall asleep during the presentation, although I believe it's not boring at all. Then, he just like fall asleep, so that's very annoying. [6205]
but he's a very unexperienced Content Manager in the HF phase, so he's more like a budget controller. He can barely give any suggestions, or very few suggestions how to make decisions in terms of HF. [6243]
That would be ... Besides me and Jesse [Ofair 00:36:09], was also involved, because I think Jesse, as the Project Manager, he's a very good engineer, but he's a very unexperienced Content Manager in the HF phase, so he's more like a budget controller. He can barely give any suggestions, or very few suggestions how to make decisions in terms of HF. [6208],[6207]
Review the bias of senior designers. We do believe their opinion comes a bit more than young designers. [6427],[6390]
Yeah, we didn't have one dictator making one dictator making all the decisions. [6430],[6391],[6428],[6429]
Really low. [6392]
It was actually very funny because when they came to us for those two flashlights, they all described and said they want something very unique. Different from anything in the market and for the open ended one it would be have never seen before, so that's what we did and then we realized first, for those really open ended ones, we didn't really have experience to make judgment, so basically their judgment is based on their vendor. Their buyer, so they expected the buyer will give them the feedback; however, buyer were not capable of doing that. When the buyer sees those very open ended ones, because they're also not really mentioning two people, they just give very negative feedback. [6211],[6212],[6210]
t was actually very funny because when they came to us for those two flashlights, they all described and said they want something very unique. Different from anything in the market and for the open ended one it would be have never seen before, so that's what we did and then we realized first, for those really open ended ones, we didn't really have experience to make judgment, so basically their judgment is based on their vendor. Their buyer, so they expected the buyer will give them the feedback; however, buyer were not capable of doing that. When the buyer sees those very open ended ones, because they're also not really mentioning two people, they just give very negative feedback. [6213]
Their buyer, so they expected the buyer will give them the feedback; however, buyer were not capable of doing that. When the buyer sees those very open ended ones, because they're also not really mentioning two people, they just give very negative feedback. [6244]
Really low. I mean, they actually wanna, once I do to current team, that sells performance, they wanna sign an extra contract with IDEO, like a loyalty contract, "If the product sells well, okay, you get benefit. If it doesn't sell well, okay, I only pay maybe half of the design fee to you." [6431],[6393],[6394]
At that point, the client just go really crazy like oh, no, IDEO really sucks. You need to re-done all the projects. All the flashlights, and then at the end, first of all they drop the extremely open ended ones because they didn't know how to deal with it and then, for that traditional flashlight, they couldn't really find a buyer to give a legible feedback or useful feedback so the buyer just ... [6245],[6246],[6215],[6214],[6216]
We never do that. We can't guarantee, 'cause it's innovation process. No one can guarantee [inaudible 00:34:54] success. [6395],[6396]
So they go really like panic and then we tried to explain our process to them. This is iterate process and you need to give feedback and refine the concept, but not jump to the end in one step, but they couldn't' understand that and didn't want to accept, and they don't want to cooperate as well, so that's why we failed. [6247],[6248],[6217],[6218],[6219],[6220]
Yes, it's appropriate. [6397]
Oh, yeah. Mentioned about testing. Originally our assumption is they're going to test those concepts with their buyers, but because they just gave our rough TD drawings to the buyers and the buyers, usually the only thing they saw were the concrete physical products, so they felt oh, the concept really sucks, and they couldn't understand those 2D drawings, too. [6221],[6222]
Time, it's tight. [6398],[6399]
We felt surprised because we didn't expect that's the way he going to interact with the buyer, and the buyer only had two minutes to look at those things, so the buyer didn't really have time to think about how they are going to use those concepts. I heard one other business model IDEO, in the stated, was the Chinese manufacturer will find the IDEO in other location and then leverage IDEO's fame and then while they pitch to those buyers, there was oh, by the way, IDEO is designing for us, so that gave them the credential. [6224],[6249],[6223],[6250]
Definitely the stories of how American consumers use flashlights, and also a bigger box of samples, which Christine bought from the American. All kinds of flashlight designs. I mean, it's true, it's true, sometimes people don't really use flashlights. Some people use a certain [inaudible 00:36:02]. The design's kind of boring. Not too big variety. [6432]
It was real interesting because while Jesse, our Project Manager, called the buyer and tried to do the same thing, he basically used 13 minutes to convince the buyer that we are not IDEO counterfeit in China. At the very end, the buyer say okay, I believe you. You are legitimate company, but he still didn't believe we were IDEO. [6252],[6226],[6251],[6225]
So, we were joking and say oh, yeah. Probably we need to pick a really strange time to talk to that guy so that guy will thought we were calling from the State. [6228],[6227]
Both of them were really tight. [6229],[6230]
Usually was good, 'cause the client took IDEO as a shining star that they showed off respect, I guess, 'cause I wasn't involved in [inaudible 00:36:49]. That's my guess. Initial respect IDEO, they rely on IDEO, totally. I guess they were hoping IDEO can deliver something magic. [6433],[6400]
After the turning point of the whole project, the relationship pretty comes pretty bad. We were trying hard to convince them those concepts are good concepts, they are promising, and that they are showing something new, and some unique feature. It doesn't have completely new, quite interesting if you're compared to some existing products, but clients he didn't get it. They come back to ideas saying, "Okay, you guys just copy some existing products, but we didn't." [6436],[6437],[6435],[6402],[6401],[6434]
I mean, at the end of the day it's just flashlight, right? It's just about illumination, easy to use, easy to store. I think their expectation was too high, maybe. That's the reason. [6403]
Then relationship became really bad, because they refuse to take the concept, I mean [inaudible 00:38:04] they take one concept from mass product, which they like, for the unique they don't like all of the, and they ask of you to redesign. We don't wanna redesign, 'cause we don't have results and we don't have budget. I fixed a faked project, we design, I mean we lost money on the project, so we don't wanna redesign. We were trying to trying to convince them, "Okay, can you give us some more specific feedback, which feature you like? Which you feature you thin is bad? That we can refine those features and make that better design." [6404],[6438],[6406],[6405]
We don't believe it's a completely failure, 'cause it's completely failure, 'cause it hasn't been done. It's just concepts. We haven't done any refinements yet. They didn't get it. [6408],[6407]
We cut of a unique concept, therefore we actually revised our design fee for the design concept regeneration, that also design refinement, but for research, we didn't want to reduce the design fee, because we think the research is about finding out user behavior, and user needs. We didn't intend to divide the research result into two categories. That's the reason we wanna charge full price for the research fees. Our client, they have different understand of that. They said, "Okay, we cut off one category. We just shouldn't compress into half. Half for all the phases." [6441],[6442],[6409],[6440],[6439]
That's the big argument [inaudible 00:39:39]. That's also why we were in such a bad relationship, 'cause we can convince each other. [6410],[6411]
Anyway, we did refine this and, I guess, add part of a engineering effort to it, but at that time, the client started to argue about the fee because they said they asked us to decrease the money because we are not going to deliver the other one, that extreme open ended one. For our perspective, yes, we can charge you less because we're going to do less work, but not the one. The work has already happened. [6255],[6233],[6232],[6231],[6253],[6254]
Last week, I just sent out a final, 'cause we finished our design, the mass product, we finished the design refinement. Right now it's just them. We're hoping they can give us outstanding, and [inaudible 00:40:13] that we can hand over the deliverables to them. If they don't give us to us any fee, we wouldn't give them the design. That's the end of the story. We send out notification of this statement, but make statement clear statement. "Okay, you pay amount, then I give you what we done. You don't pay, we don't give." [6443],[6412]
The client didn't accept that because he regard as more like from a manufacturer point of view rather than a service provider, so we didn't put anything forward at the end. [6234],[6235]
Also, send out a notification of project termination, "Okay, if I don't receive any feedback from you, response from you within 30 days, written document, stated in a legal document, if I don't receive any feedback within 30 days, we consider this project terminated." [6444],[6413],[6445]
From the actual point is from the people's behavior, so we studied the user's in the State and realized this is a very friendly shape in terms of where to give this stub a home or a temporary home because it's not rounded. It won't rolling around in your drawer. [6256]
That's means, "Okay then, we don't give you design and we don't get money back." [6414]
Originally, they respected us in the hope we can help them to earn three hundred billions back by selling on flashlight, so they regard to work with us although we were expensive, but it going to be a very profitable investment. At the end, they hate us, and they feel we were cheating them, so our relationship just sucks. Andy probably can tell you more stories because the client yelled to him and say lots of dirty words. [6257],[6236],[6258]
Not yet. Actually, before this final official notification, I've sent out many emails. They never got back to us. [6446],[6415],[6416]
Yeah, even it's frustrating. People, I mean trying to share the responsibility across the whole team, instead of blaming, "Okay, you a bad designer." [6417]
Did do a good job of communication. We did a project debrief, basically laying out all the feelings we think finally land a project into a big failure. It's just about a lesson learned. Nobody really sulking, usually take responsibility of this. Personal relationship, it's definitely still good. We're still team. That's what I like about IDEO. [6418],[6419],[6447]
Reference Tags
[7184] Communication issues,[7183] Cultural differences,[7185] Group attribution error,[7186] Lack of real innovation mandate,[7202] Cultural differences,[7188] Communication issues,[7187] Lack of real innovation mandate,[7189] Compromising conflict about ideas,[7191] Irreconcilable differences,[7203] Empathetic disposition,[7190] Insufficient Feedback,[7204] Empathetic disposition,[7193] Alignment,[7192] Compromising conflict about ideas,[7194] Communication issues,[7195] Language barrier,[7205] Alignment,[7129] Communication issues,[7130] Vague goals,[7131] Reactance,[7132] Reactive devaluation,[7113] Lack of real innovation mandate,[7112] Vague goals,[7135] Absence of diverse skill backgrounds,[7136] Alignment,[7137] Cultural differences,[7133] Dismissive,[7134] Internal changes/challenges,[7116] Communication issues,[7115] Lack of real innovation mandate,[7114] Vague goals,[7138] Communication issues,[7117] Communication issues,[7118] Alignment,[7119] Communication issues,[7196] Communication issues,[7197] Risk compensation,[7141] Alignment,[7121] Communication issues,[7120] Illusory superiority,[7122] Insufficient Feedback,[7139] Law of the instrument,[7140] Vague goals,[7208] Empathetic disposition,[7210] Cultural differences,[7209] Inexperience,[7198] Cultural differences,[7200] Confirmation bias,[7201] Finding Existing Ideas,[7199] Lack of real innovation mandate,[7123] Lack of resources,[7124] Alignment,[7126] Indecisive leadership,[7125] Vague goals,[7128] Organizing effectively,[7127] Trust,[6381] Communication issues,[6382] Great example - External Influences,[6383] Lack of real innovation mandate,[6194] Indecisive leadership,[6195] Planning fallacy,[6196] Unbalanced workload pressure,[6384] Communication issues,[6385] Empathetic disposition,[6199] Unbalanced workload pressure,[6200] Lack of resources,[6237] Lack of resources,[6197] Planning fallacy,[6198] Resilience,[6201] Irreconcilable differences,[6420] Empathetic disposition,[6239] Alignment,[6240] Communication issues,[6202] Communication issues,[6238] Inexperience,[6422] Collaborative-Creative Disposition,[6386] Great example - IDEO's Methods,[6421] Methodologically creative,[6425] Implicit stereotypes,[6388] Insufficient Feedback,[6423] Premature idea evaluation,[6424] Reactive devaluation,[6387] Trust,[6389] Internal changes/challenges,[6426] Alignment,[6203] Lack of resources,[6204] Lack of resources,[6206] Irreconcilable differences,[6241] Dismissive,[6242] Insufficient Feedback,[6205] Insufficient Feedback,[6243] Inexperience,[6208] Indecisive leadership,[6207] Inexperience,[6427] Authority bias,[6390] Authority bias,[6430] Collaborative-Creative Disposition,[6391] Communicating ideas across domains,[6428] Win-win conflict about ideas,[6429] Win-win conflict about relationships,[6392] Risk compensation,[6211] Confirmation bias,[6212] Vague goals,[6210] Vague roles,[6213] Insufficient Feedback,[6244] Negativity bias,[6431] Alignment,[6393] Alignment,[6394] Risk compensation,[6245] Alignment,[6246] Communication issues,[6215] Insufficient Feedback,[6214] Irreconcilable differences,[6216] Premature idea evaluation,[6395] Alignment,[6396] Risk compensation,[6247] Alignment,[6248] Dismissive,[6217] Forceful conflict about ideas,[6218] Great example - Received feedback, did not respond/rejected,[6219] Insufficient Feedback,[6220] Premature idea evaluation,[6397] Appropriate resources,[6221] Communication issues,[6222] Insufficient Feedback,[6398] Planning fallacy,[6399] Unbalanced workload pressure,[6224] Communication issues,[6249] Effort justification,[6223] Insufficient Feedback,[6250] Zero-risk bias,[6432] Reactance,[6252] Communication issues,[6226] Communication issues,[6251] Internal changes/challenges,[6225] Trust,[6228] Communication issues,[6227] Trust,[6229] Lack of resources,[6230] Unbalanced workload pressure,[6433] Lack of real innovation mandate,[6400] Lack of real innovation mandate,[6436] Alignment,[6437] Communication issues,[6435] Cultural differences,[6402] Insufficient Feedback,[6401] Irreconcilable differences,[6434] Trust,[6403] Communication issues,[6404] Communication issues,[6438] Empathetic disposition,[6406] Insufficient Feedback,[6405] Irreconcilable differences,[6408] Great example - Individual & Team outcomes for future efforts,[6407] Optimism,[6441] Alignment,[6442] Communication issues,[6409] Communication issues,[6440] Cultural differences,[6439] Vague goals,[6410] Communication issues,[6411] Irreconcilable differences,[6255] Alignment,[6233] Communication issues,[6232] Irreconcilable differences,[6231] Lack of resources,[6253] Lack of trust,[6254] Unresolved relationship conflict,[6443] Alignment,[6412] Irreconcilable differences,[6234] Communication issues,[6235] Vague roles,[6444] Alignment,[6413] Irreconcilable differences,[6445] Unresolved relationship conflict,[6256] Empathetic disposition,[6414] Irreconcilable differences,[6257] Alignment,[6236] Irreconcilable differences,[6258] Unresolved relationship conflict,[6446] Communication issues,[6415] Communication issues,[6416] Irreconcilable differences,[6417] Trust,[6418] Communicating ideas across domains,[6419] Optimism,[6447] Trust

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