I am a fan of frameworks, as a way to organize complex thoughts and providing a map to follow. I have created my fair share over the years. It gives us a way to start and guidance. But it's just that, guidance. It's not absolute. You might have another way to frame things that is just as good. It's your vision of the world or your way of approaching this problem. Great, let’s compare and contrast and choose one way to approach things.
There is no absolute certainty in a framework and looking for it only delays the hard work that needs to be done. The world we seek to create doesn’t exist yet. The technology we’ll be living with in 15 years, hasn’t come to fruition and its full impact is yet unknown.
The uncertainty of it is the point. The important thing is to start. The risk of doing nothing almost certainly outweighs the risk of doing something.
Steeping in your own expertise for too long can keep you stuck in...