It’s Right to Be Wrong

We’ve taught to be right, and stand for that. But it’s better to ask: do I want to get along with this team member and get the project done, or do I want to be right?

Don’t be too egotistical so that you can’t change your position a team members tell you that you are wrong. Discuss. Cultivate an attitude on the game project where everybody in the team knows they can tell you of your wrong decisions. Cultivate an open athmosphere – hear what team members have to say.

Be thankful for their feedback and comments.

It’s right to be wrong.

Juuso Hietalahti

One Comment

  1. It helps if you don’t tie an idea to a person. Once someone suggests an idea, everyone (including whoever made the suggestion) should treat the idea as separate from the person. Then it doesn’t matter to the ego whether the idea is good or bad.

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