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6. Pivot or Persevere

Get the Lean Engine Going
Michael Nir1 
Brookline, Massachusetts, USA

A pivot is a change in strategy without a change in vision.

—Eric Ries, author known for his popular book on the Lean Startup movement1

In my experience, defining the right objectives and a way to measure progress is the foundation. What defines success, though, is the ability to act fast based on this information. How do enterprises react if their transformation does not achieve the agreed-upon results in the defined period of time? Either by course correcting and pursuing the original objective (persevering) or by pivoting and ...

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