Start small but start
Restrict the work packages and focus on the most important tasks at hand. Enable the fastest possible visible and verifiable interim results to test and continously improve with users. Reject ideas early on and embrace the occassional failure so they lose most of their factor.
Focus on people
Your work is based on the needs of the people who will be affected by your activities. Empathizing with people and reaching a deep understanding of their requirements and the context in which they operate is essential for creating long-lasting solutions.
Build on the ideas of others
Create transparency regarding your work and share your knowledge consistently. At the same time, you should build on the ideas of others, thereby creating synergies.
Respond to change over following a plan
Always look ahead, but also take the time to look back and review. This way you set the stage for continously being able to adapt your project to changing needs or general requirements.
Be brave, think beyond
Create progress by breaking your routines. Use your target audience/customers’ needs as your most important source of inspiration. In this way you question existing ideas and make room for creative and refreshingly new ones. You can check their feasability in subsequent development stages.