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A Step Change framework with definitions plus a corresponding Agenda Map and Metrics Map.

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This is Jim's The Life Cycle of Revolutions map which is the encapsulation of an entire book's discourses.

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Instances of Step Change showing its recurring patterns of Unifying Principle, Enabling Technology, and Reconfiguration.

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These are props used to remind strategists of the the importance of longitudinal analysis and to pinpoint the conditions (and consequences) which require Step Change.

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This is a quick tour through a factory where measurements are harvested and the factory performance experiences a Step Change and the business gets benefits often overlooked.

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Yes, Virginia, there is a Life Cycle. People have them, and so do products. Here's one start to finish example - Nylon. Nylon's Life Cycle runs from 1930 to 2030. One of the advantages of cycles, is that once you figure out where you are now, you can predict and anticipate the future.

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