What makes a good hypothesis?

By Cecilia Thirlway on 05 September 2019

Topics: innovation, The Lean Startup, experiments, hypothesis

A carefully chosen and well-written hypothesis makes it easy to design an experiment to test and learn from. So here are six steps to follow when crafting your prediction.
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Why some ideas work better than others

By Chris Potts on 27 August 2019

Topics: guest posts, idea management, portfolio management, change management, innovation strategy, enterprise investment, Airbus

In the latest in his series of opinion pieces, enterprise investment specialist Chris Potts suggests the Airbus A380 is a case in point of how investing in change is about working with diverse probabilities of success.
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Experiments in innovation

By Cecilia Thirlway on 22 August 2019

Topics: innovation, The Lean Startup, Eric Ries, MVP, experiments, Minimum Viable Product

Returning to The Lean Startup for reference, we explore the idea of experimentation in the innovation process and focus on one particular form of experiment: the Minimum Viable Product (MVP). 
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How ideas turn into outcomes

By Chris Potts on 13 August 2019

Topics: guest posts, portfolio management, change management, innovation strategy, enterprise investment

In the first of a four-part opinion piece on 'Transforming ideas into outcomes at market-speed', enterprise investment specialist Chris Potts discusses how outcomes can come from a mix of different ideas.
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What is disruptive innovation?

By Cecilia Thirlway on 01 August 2019

Topics: innovation, radical innovation, transformational innovation, disruptive innovation, Clayton Christensen

Taking EasyJet as an example, we look at the concept first described by Joseph Bower and Clayton Christensen in 1995, and how it differs from radical or transformational innovation. 
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