As a seasoned user research leader, Wen Guxie understands the power of listening. So when she's faced with important decisions, she tries to listen to emerging issues, even email list if they may lie beneath the surface. "I try to understand how my stress, biases and emotions affect my understanding of the team's needs." she says.
After making a decision, she also adds an important question to confirm that she has really found the most important question: "Have I clearly communicated my plan and intent?"
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Iyer also suggests questioning the premise. “A lot of times, we assume that the premises are unquestionable or changeable. There are benefits to questioning the premises when I am challenged, which in turn allows me to further question my assumptions and give in. When I am conscious of When there is room to negate the premises, that opens up multiple avenues for me to come up with solutions or think creatively," she said.
For startups, Sora CEO Becaro also recommends prioritizing speed and creativity. "Is there a faster or more agile way to achieve the desired goal? Are there more creative alternatives?" she said.