The Four ‘If’s that Make Lean Agile Worthwhile, Part III

2: If you try…

If you have and idea, try it out!

What’s the benefit hypothesis of your idea?… then design it… build part of it… evaluate it (inspect it) vis-a-vis the hypothesis…then build the other parts or stop building depending on the leading (future potential) or lagging (past performance) indicators.

A lot of ideas die in one’s mind… all because of the lack of trying it out.

Lean Agile is the innovator’s friend; a friend of the enterprise whose future relies on new products, new services, new ideas.

Try…you can always ‘inspect’ what you are creating and ‘adapt’ (pivot or persevere) accordingly.

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