What’s your Passion #8 – Remarkable Results

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Have seen the following statement so many times, it’s time to respond: 

  • “All frameworks are wrong, some of them are useful (a variant of All models are wrong but some are useful).” 

This statement simply isn’t true & I disagree with it.

First, if a framework adds Remarkable Results, it might be wise to reconsider suggesting it is wrong.

Second, take SAFe (Scaled Agile Framework) for example. With $150+ million in the bank, does Dean Leffingwell really care if we think his framework is wrong? He’s laughing all the way to the bank. So, even if a framework was flawed, does the customer think it’s wrong? It doesn’t matter, they keep buying.

Third, for 26 years we have tracked the value-add of Flow & $58 million of $223+ million in value-add has been audited by the Finance Department of a F500 company. So, even if the Flow Leadership Framework is wrong, it is still right enough to “show you the money!”

Finally, one of my biggest “Aha!” moments was understanding the “Law of Averages & the Flaw of Averages.” On the average, our teams will be right & deliver outstanding value.

Results are what every Executive wants & desires.

If you aren’t using Flow, then you are leaving money on the table.

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