From your paper, "Real-Time Design Patterns", in the Introduction, you have a sentence: "The process of coming up with Good Designs proceeds in 3 phases, etc."
And on it you comment: "You can’t believe how hard it is to sell this work flow concept to most managers!"
1. This does not seem to me to be a work flow concept, but rather a fact of cognitive nature. 2. "Why should it be so hard it is to sell this work flow concept to most managers!"Same as above: After all, this is the reality of cognitive nature, and so how could could managers object and claim anything else?