The Co-creation Mindset
Key principles and fundamental factors for the success of lean-agile change management.

Experimental Discovery
Apply an empirical mindset to learn iteratively how to deliver the most value.
It is a way of gaining knowledge by means of direct and indirect observation or experience. Empiricism values such research more than other kinds. Empirical evidence (the record of one's direct observations or experiences) can be analyzed quantitatively or qualitatively.
Empirical Mindset: How to deliver value continuously
Using the scientific principle of empiricism to replace planning with course correction.
The empirical mindset shifts the emphasis of planning from prediction to adaptation by replacing planning with course correction. Empiricism, or empirical adaptation, is the art of measuring progress against a pre-determined yardstick and adapting the activities to suit. Instead of focusing on creating a plan which incorporates enough variables to predict the future, we can identify an end state and take actions in that direction measuring how well our trial has succeeded.
Visibility: How to gain a view of the system
Visibility is a primary requisite for inspect and adapt.
There is no inspect and adapt without visualization of the system. We need access to the relevant data in order to make informed decisions.