Three years ago, when the Leap Ambassadors Community released the first version of the Performance Imperative (PI), the ambassadors made it clear that they would practice what they preach about learning and improvement by collecting feedback and eventually producing a version 2.0:
This first public release is not a fait accompli. We will be making periodic updates to refine, adapt, and elaborate on what you see here. We want to improve our work—consistent with the PI itself—with input from leaders with different views and experiences. Indeed, we are eager for your feedback.
The ambassadors have followed through on that commitment. At the beginning of this month, they released a new, improved version of the PI.
Given how much the community has grown over the past three years, the new PI benefited from the insights and constructive pushback of far more leaders than did the original version. Rather than watering the PI down, the collaborative-development process lifted it up.