Explore the latest trends, approaches and perspectives on the topics of digital strategy, innovation, and product growth.
Part 2 - Risk Tolerance is intentionally and unintentionally designed within three areas of your company: (1) the business model, (2) your executive team. Use this framing to help define the tolerance for risk within your peer group or company.
Part 3 - "What will happen if we do this?" It's the most common mental model associated with evaluating a new idea.It's a good question. But the better question to ask is what if we don’t.
Part 4 - Learn how to establish metrics that will create certainty. If you have a strong plan in place for quantifying what you are learning within your realm of the uncertain, you are going to de-risk your initiatives significantly. Measurement, as inputs, propels our understanding of the potential outcomes of the decisions we make.