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Jeff DeGraff: Large Scale Efficiency and Replicable Quality (Control / Red)

Jeff DeGraff: Large Scale Efficiency and Replicable Quality (Control / Red)

Jeff DeGraff, Dean of Innovation

–Now let’s take a look at the control position, the control competency, the control culture. Let’s look at the type of leaders, workplaces and practices that we need in order to create that incremental form of innovation that’s highly optimized. Remember, we’re looking for efficiency here and quality here. It’s going to be highly optimized so it’s not going to be radical innovation but there’s gonna be almost no risk in this form of innovation in the red position which is the opposite of the green position.


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