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Your executive leader (pick one) ...

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* 1. ... is setting up a disruption team within the organization, killing our own sacred cows before the competition does (like Amazon). 

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* 2. ... demonstrates that "everything we build is an assumption until we validate this thing's impact with external stakeholders", and therefore value & practice bets  of  <3 months (from selected /prioritized to in use). 

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* 3. ... ensuring that impediments have a short life-span, and is that old impediment are not just accepted as the way things are. This leader understands that agility (and any strategy) has limits when impediments are left to fester.

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* 4. ... is ensuring that products/services/jobs to be done are more "fit for purpose" from the external stakeholder perspective. The leader understands that speed and efficiency is not "the be all and end all", and that impact is more important.

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* 5. ... is ensuring that and that the end to end system for delivering those products/services/jobs is being optimized.

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* 6. ... is embracing uncertainty, is understanding that commitments are no guarantees due to unknown unknowns and/or unknowable unknowns at times, and can still make decisions without knowing all of the facts.

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* 7. ... is ensuring that systemic bottlenecks to delivery teams are getting removed and that processes & workflows are being made more congruent with agility.

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* 8. ...  moving towards long term supplier contracts that support cross-functional multi-learning teams.

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