Developing a digital mindset for L&D: Test-driven cultures

 

Digital businesses have strong test-driven cultures that L&D can learn from. A test-driven culture means changes are constantly being made, data is being collected and analysed, and the learning from the analysis is being put into place. One of the core reasons that digital businesses have adopted a test-driven approach is that often they are innovating, and it means that the idea can be measured and tested. The risk of the innovation is reduced.

A nice framework from Strategyzer (the people behind the business model canvas) looks like this:

Hypothesis: Which hypotheses did the team set out to test? Experiment: How did we test the hypothesis in question? Evidence: What data was produced from an experiment to validate or invalidate a particular hypothesis? Insights: What insights did we gain from that data? Action: What are our next actions going to be, based on the insights we gained? Will we continue the experiment? Will we go back to the drawing board and change our idea and subsequently the underlying hypotheses? Will we run entirely new experiments?


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