Most innovation programs are one long, slow learning cycle. Once an idea has passed the screening phase and acquired the budget and resources necessary for execution, … [Read more...] about Is Your Innovation Program a Long, Slow Learning Cycle?
Rapid Learning Cycles 101
When people with Agile experience see the Rapid Learning Cycles framework, it looks familiar. That’s not an accident. … [Read more...] about The Agile Roots of the Rapid Learning Cycles Framework
To the average person, “agile” means “able to move quickly and easily.” Product development is often perceived to be too slow, take too long, and lack the ability to respond to new information that may come in late in a program. … [Read more...] about What is Agile Product Development?
When innovators use Rapid Learning Cycles in early development, they get acceleration for their best ideas as the others fail faster. The ability to accelerate your best ideas pays off in a number of ways: … [Read more...] about Why Innovators Need Rapid Learning Cycles