A “Kaizen” (literally "change good" or more simply “change for the better”) is a small improvement synonymous with the phrase “continuous improvement.”

Running an experiment is a simple way of small, low-risk improvements.

This talk will discuss what is an experiment and how to design and run effective experiments that give teams meaningful information.


Outline/Structure of the Talk

  • An example of an experiment.

  • What is an experiment?

  • Elements of an experiment

  • Designing experiments

  • How it relates to Kaizen / Lean

  • Questions to help you

  • When/Where to experiment

Learning Outcome

Session participants will learn what an experiment is in a Lean environment and some basic ways to create and run experiments.

Target Audience

Agile Scientists

Prerequisites for Attendees

Beginner knowledge of Lean principles.

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