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If chief enablers, enrollers or experience officers are generally the good cops, chief enforcers are most definitely the bad cops. These are the CEOs at the top of the hierarchy oozing command and control from every pore. But this is exactly what’s required to lead a production-focused organization.

Best-in-class producing/manufacturing organizations have cultures of stability/discipline, results and authority (and independence), hierarchies of scientific leaders operating with command and control ways of working, led by chief enforcement officers leveraging strong, clear policies.

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