Project Management and Tactical Management both mention the PDCA (Plan- Do- Check- Act) model, as well as the need for implementation of five steps processes. It is more than obvious that the PDCA model is applied to almost all processes and their development and deployment. In my opinion, and this is already mentioned both in the book "Tactical Management in Complexity" and PMBOK6, the uncertain and dynamic fast changing environments and circumstances are best managed through this method. We can see that in both TM and PM, PDCA framework plays a key role into the development of the process and its implementation up until the final result. "Fail fast, fail often" or "Fail fast, fail safe"?
I would go for only testing and improving, and learning from the good practices.
Source: Book "Tactical Management in Complexity"