Innovation, Experimentation and Validated Learning - achieving improvement and success through a hypothesis-driven mindset

location_city Melbourne schedule Jul 30th 11:30 AM - 12:15 PM AEDT place EN205 C40 people 53 Interested

In a highly competitive world, where start-up disruptors can spring up overnight and quickly dominate markets previously held by conventional operators, more than ever it is becoming necessary for all players to embrace innovation and experimentation in order to survive. In this topic we will explore some of the key factors to consider when innovating and embracing experimentation. In addition, we will do a practical walk through of some useful models that support these concepts.


Outline/Structure of the Talk

  • Low impact interactive session
  • Class room style Intro to the topic (10 mins)
  • Play the Javelin Experimentation Board video and walk through that model. (15 mins)
  • Walk through some other popular canvases such as the Opportunity Canvas, Business Model Canvas, etc. if time permits. (5 mins)
  • Spend time walking through Design Sprints (10 mins)
  • Q&A: 5 mins

Learning Outcome

Exposure to multiple models for team based experimentation

Target Audience

product managers

schedule Submitted 3 years ago

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