Operational excellence = happy teams?
The second-most-often-mentioned reason for team dissatisfaction (in my opinion) is failures in operational excellence. The number one reason is, of course, money. And reason zero is, of course, always the manager.
If the teams are failing at operational excellence, it means tasks are boring, unproductive, repetitive, or – worst of all – something has been raised again and again as an issue and the organization has ignored the complaints. Or maybe there are too many emergencies and so the focus is on firefighting rather than automation and the development of new features.
So please, do better and you...