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You make really good points. I particularly hadn't thought about the role that leadership and organization structure plays throughout all of this. Design thinking is good, but when you're in a hierarchical environment, you don't get to necessarily decide whether you can safely "fail early and often." Risk adverse firms, like law firms, might frown heavily on that (and on design thinking in general). I wonder if design thinking could help us answer this question in our own lives? We could try experimenting with different ways of working, different places within an organization, or even different jobs. Some of this definitely comes from the fact that I stayed in a job a little too long, instead of leaving to experiment. Since then, I've tried to view my own career path as more of a trial an error, and have been more open to embracing when a job is "failing" at least for what I need for myself, as well as being willing to quit and experiment with something new (all of which I think are design concepts).
Devlin Farmer is a family law lawyer and mediator based in Northampton, MA.