A culture of speed doesn't mean working your teams to the bone. It means finding tools to enable speed to make their lives easier - which will extend to improved customer experience
"Technology, no matter where it is leveraged, heightens our expectations, and then is used to surpass them again and again," writes Eric Clark
The Enterprisers Project. "It's a dichotomous concept that both drives constant innovation and exploration of new ideas, but also places ever-increasing pressure on companies to get to market faster than their competitors.
What innovation and disruption really boils down to, though, is a 'need for speed,' both in regard to staying ahead in the race to remain relevant and delivering speedy solutions to your customers. It's all about using the right data, the best tools, and creating a great user experience and doing all that faster than your competition..."
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