- If there is a body, it should be defining a mission (Very long term thing) at high level.
- Going “strategy-less”: defining those benefits
- It’s up to the team to come up with their own strategy and present it in a way that’s digestable, not complex to make the case that this is valuable
- Not setting something static because things change, ad hoc is an option
- At high level, how do teams prioritize or guide is still an open question (this affects budget)
Questions & Discussion Points:
- Both missions and strategy part
- Matt: we should not be creating strategy in a centralized way, emergent strategy which involves taking out. throw out strategy pillar feel very top down
- Jason: depends on who. if there were multiple .
- feels round about conflict resolution
- allowing core teams to build anything is empowering: best year of building
- “open source” way
- “optimistic way” of thinking of things