There’s definitely an argument to be made for constantly trying to stabilize every big change you make.
A lot has certainly changed, but it’s possible there’s even more that has stayed the same.
It all starts by finding a way to handoff the tasks that create the least value.
Starts by committing to something on a level that most would consider too risky or downright impossible.
It definitely should if you can figure out a way to make sure everyone has a chance to see it before they talk to you.
The first thing you have to do is make sure you’re a part of it so there’s a chance it’s sold to you.