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Confident Innovation Teams Are Armed With Hard Evidence

Added on by Alexander Osterwalder.

Teams pitching innovation ideas have a habit of focusing on refining and presenting a fully fleshed product. This can cause a lack of confidence around new business ideas. What teams should really focus on is the evidence gathered so far, and if it’s helping to achieve the bigger picture.

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StratChat Replay: The Basics Of Testing Business Ideas

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Strategyzer co-founder Alex Osterwalder wants to share some crucial basics to testing. This session includes important elements like how to select the best hypothesis, how to design experiments, how to run them, and how to learn from them.

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5 Of Our Latest Posts On Testing New Business Ideas

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You may have noticed we've been publishing content around testing new business ideas. In this post, we list out some of the popular ones our readers have been enjoying. We're also working on a Lean Startup course to help companies get better at testing new business ideas. Sign up to get notified when the course goes live.

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The 5 Critical Success Factors Of A Successful Innovation Sprint

Added on by Alexander Osterwalder.

We frequently help large companies run Innovation Sprints to shape and test new business ideas. This helps them kickstart innovation or the re-invention of existing business units, and it helps them reduce the risk related to new ideas. Here are the five ingredients that are crucial to a successful sprint.

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Analysis Paralysis…Innovators Move Fast

Added on by Alexander Osterwalder.

Refining your idea too much in the early stages of testing is a trap. Uncertainty and risk is at its maximum when you start out. You can’t reduce uncertainty with analytical thinking, so don’t waste your time perfecting your idea. It’s really about getting out there, searching for evidence, and iterating.

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What Can You Expect After A 12 Week Innovation Sprint?

Added on by Alexander Osterwalder.

With our Strategyzer Innovation Sprints, we help major companies go from ideation to early validation in 12 weeks. That's long enough to produce results (even in B2B) and short enough to put pressure on teams. One question that always comes up when we start: what can teams expect after 12 weeks?

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StratChat Replay: Introduction To Strategyzer Tools

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Strategyzer co-founder Alan Smith walks you through our suite of tools along with best practice use cases and real company examples. If you've just joined Strategyzer or are in the early stages of working with our tools, this webinar will help you get started.  We're also extending a special offer to replay audiences (details at bottom of this blog post). 

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Time Is Worth More Than Money

Added on by Alexander Osterwalder.

You can't expect innovation teams to bring back perfect and completely validated business ideas without giving them the required time to do the work. In this post, we align expectations for time against the effort your team can place on validating new business ideas.

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How To Track The Progress Of Business Experiments

Added on by Alexander Osterwalder.

The ultimate goal of business experiments is to learn, act, and make progress towards turning an idea into a real business. You achieve that by connecting the data from these experiments back to your initial hypothesis and the bigger picture.  

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