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Michael NirThe Pragmatist's Guide to Corporate Lean Strategyhttps://doi.org/10.1007/978-1-4842-3537-9_8

8. First 90 Days

Leading, Coaching, and Executing
Michael Nir1 
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Brookline, Massachusetts, USA
 

You’ve spent the first 30 days invested in the lean program. Half of your time was dedicated to defining the vision, a quarter was spent training the leadership team, and the remainder was divided among creating an outside-in mindset, preparing for experiments, and ideating potential pivot opportunities. You might have already identified the stakeholders supporting the program and your adversaries.

Now that the hectic first 30 days are complete, where should you focus your efforts? Table 8-1 details the percentage of time allocated ...

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