Don’t Turn Your Performance Metrics into “Success Theater”

One of the phrases and concepts that I love from Eric Ries¬†and The Lean Startup is the idea of “success theater,” which¬†describes the efforts that we make to make things look good, even if actual performance isn’t good or getting better. In the book, he defined it as “the work we do to make ourselves look successful” and “using the appearance of growth to make it seem that they are successful.” Eric wrote: “…many innovative … Continue reading Don’t Turn Your Performance Metrics into “Success Theater”