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Turbulent Times Demand Dynamic Rules

To prosper in dynamic times, businesses need to change their approach to rule-making and adherence. To transition to creating dynamic rules — rules that are built to change through collaboration, experimentation, and learning — leaders must help spread the correct mindset throughout their organizations. There are three specific steps that leaders should take to facilitate that shift: Increase employee involvement in rule-making, embrace rapid experimentation, and enact rule audits.

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