Lessons in simplicity strategy

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To help leaders boost performance, Julia Hobsbawm describes six principles for cutting through complexity, which she calls "hexagon action." It's based on ACCEPT, an acronym for alignment, clarity, collaboration, ease, productivity, and time. We need to accept complexity, but strive for simplicity.

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To help leaders boost performance, Julia Hobsbawm describes six principles for cutting through complexity, which she calls “hexagon action.” It’s based on ACCEPT, an acronym for alignment, clarity, collaboration, ease, productivity, and time. We need to accept complexity, but strive for simplicity.yFU8MKNrJiE

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