Experimentation specifics

I’m obviously a fan of innovation, and experimentation is a big component of innovation. However, I fear I haven’t really talked about the specifics.  The details matter, because there are smart, and silly, ways to experiment. I thought I’d take a stab at laying out the specifics of experimentation.

First, you have to know what question you’re trying to answer. Should we use a comic or a video for this example?  Should we use the content management system or our portal tool to host our learning and performance support resources?  What’s the best mechanism for spacing out learning?

An important accompanying question is “how will we know what the answer is?”  What data will discriminate?  You need to be looking for a way to tell, we know, we can’t know, or we need to revise and do again.

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