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Continuous Improvement and Impediment Removal

Ideally, impediments should be removed as quickly as possible. This is critical to avoid scaling the impediments themselves, and because unresolved impediments may slow productivity. Therefore, the goals of Continuous Improvement and Impediment Removal are to:

  • identify impediments and reframe them as opportunities to improve

  • ensure transparency and visibility in the organization to effect change

  • maintain an effective environment for prioritizing and removing impediments

  • verify that improvements have positively impacted team and/or product metrics

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