Building a Business Culture That Supports Experimentation

Unlock your potential by experimenting
  • Think like an owner; identify the value you can bring to the business through your efforts
  • Don’t let “perfect” be the enemy of “good,” and don’t change too much too quickly
  • Often, the obvious ideas will outperform the truly “creative” new solutions
  • Embrace failure in your experiments, but give them enough time to indicate whether they are likely to yield results
  • Agree that nothing needs to be permanent and kill experiments that are not achieving the desired outcome
  • Above all, take action. Adventures lie on the other side of yes.

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