* There’s so much focus on frameworks and subtlety of practice * * Frameworks - definitions of roles, processes, interactions, flows, inputs and outputs * Subtleties - prescriptive techniques and tools * Frameworks Don’t fix Fear. They attempt to compensate for it, and fail * Frameworks are expensive. So are elite teams. We shouldn’t try to build them across an entire enterprise and * Subtlety and Complexity really only feeds the cash register * I think we should focus on something more organic. * * Vision * Courage * Influence * Focus * High-Performance Teams * Focus on the fundamentals - the Agile Keys. The things that make great work no matter what arena * * Have a Vision * Prioritize * Do Focused Work * Keep Promises * Be Open about where you are * Always Improve * Great Leadership, and the Will to Execute, come from the Gut * Frameworks are more safeguard than meaningful work. If you need safeguards, why not learn and build as you go? * In 6 months, would you rather roll out a safety framework, or product that works?