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T2M = Speed, A2I = Value-Added?

Last post 07:35 pm November 17, 2020 by Ian Mitchell
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06:25 pm November 17, 2020

Does the subject line provide accurate alternate definitions of these two Key Value Areas? I'm trying to come up with alternate terms, to aid in an intuitive understanding of them.

07:35 pm November 17, 2020

Suppose you run a restaurant.

Time to Market: How quickly you book / seat / serve peeps, fix erroneous orders, learn lessons

Ability to Innovate: The accumulated baggage that stops you from improving your menu, decor, customer service etc.

Remember that the measurements you take are only as good as their predictability.

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