the lifeblood of progress.
The business cycle has two core parts: (i) Investments, which include the capital used to create the product, service, and experience for customers; and (ii) Deliverables, which include the actual product purchased or service delivered to the customer.
Quality, Value, Impact
The relentless focus on quality, value, and impact is what drives success. Most successful organizations have the ability to improve offerings across iterations; the discipline to allocate capital intelligently; and the commitment to reach and serve more customers.
Business value is tied to sales and profit. Growing them involves two essential ingredients: (i) Increasing the number of customers you have; and (ii) increasing the amount of money they spend on your products and services.
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