Part 1: Speedboats means ‘fast, focus and freedom’
Now it’s time to try a speedboat in the organization, but what is a speedboat and how to scale the thinking down to your own situation? In this blog post we introduce five elements you must have in place to try a speedboat.
Part 2: Will the investment be fruitful?
Hypothesis-driven experiments can be a safe way to understand if a speedboat is worth the investment. This part gives insight to a tool and template, and should be read as a follow-up to the blog post on speedboats
Part 3: Looking into a speedboat
Get insight into how we have used hypothesis-driven experimentation and innovation when we planned, performed and evaluated on the speedboat Hacktober 2018. You’ll see examples of quest, hypothesis, inspection and adaptation.
Part 4: More on Hacktober 2018
Do you want to come closer to our own Hacktober 2018? We recommend you listen to this podcast. Hear about how it is to participate in a 24-hour long hackathon and the concrete exercises we did. The podcast is in Danish.
Quiz: Experimentation and speedboats
Before you’re finished with this Learning Path, we recommend you take this short quiz. After answering the questions you’ll be able to:
- Execute on hypothesis-driven innovation.
- Use speedboat as a tool with an experimental mindset.
- Understand how a hackathon can be used to solve problems in a new way.
Finalize this Learning Path by taking this quiz: