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, it typically passes into a product development process. If it’s a different type of innovation, sponsors still expect teams to make plans for this work. Sometimes teams need to […]
A Glossary of Key Concepts and Useful Terms You may have heard some of these terms used elsewhere. The precise definitions we give here are one of the secrets to our repeatable success. By applying rigor where rigor is useful, we avoid miscommunication around the most important things our teams need to discuss. A -C […]
When innovators use Rapid Learning Cycles in early development, they get acceleration for their best ideas, as others fail faster. That leads to more predictable schedules with faster time-to-market.