What kinds of processes and frameworks have you been using to make experiments?
1) What kinds of processes and frameworks have you been using to make experiments inside your organization and teams (or in clients)?
2) How have you mapped the key information and tensions?Do you use some kind of canvas or workshop? (example: OS Canvas, 8 Trends Canvas, etc)
3) Which ways do you use to track experiments and make it visible for everyone?
Cali from Brazil.
How about this experiment template, simple yet powerful: https://corporate-rebels.com/homework-for-corporate-rebels/
Of any use?
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