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  1. Be relentless
  2. Be fearless
  3. Be connected
  4. Be global
  5. Be authentic
  • Define a consistent language to measure all performance metrics
  • Enforce metric ownership to ensure metric confidence
  • Allocate time to find the right tracking solution
  1. Foster deep partnership
  2. Don’t be afraid to ship
  3. Dare to disrupt and ship a different way
  4. There is always a better way
  5. Test. Learn. Scale. — through orchestration
  6. Demand system awareness
  7. P.L.A.Y.
  8. Give people the opportunity to grow
  1. Don’t confuse empathy with agreement
  2. Start with yourself
  3. Ask why as you decide how to get agreement, consensus, or approval
  4. Ask why when others are convincing you
  5. Have a realistic bar for the answers to the why questions
  6. Look around you for opportunities to sharpen your empathetic skills, your ability to both ask and answer the why questions

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