How Might We Learn?

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In the uncertain world of innovation, learning isn’t just important—it’s foundational, especially during the initial stages of the innovation process. However, it’s critical to understand that not all learning is created equal. Learning through research and experimentation should acquire the right insights, at the right time, using the least amount of resources, and at maximum speed. This approach to learning enables innovation teams to maximize efficiency and, in turn, significantly boost the probability of success.

Its not merely about learning swiftly and resourcefully. Innovation teams must also demonstrate the tangible value of their learnings. It’s one thing to accumulate knowledge, but another to translate it into actionable insights that propel projects forward. When teams can effectively showcase how their learning directly contributes to the innovation process, they underscore its worth to the broader organization.

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