To test a solution and learn so that you can adjust your approach or apply the solution more broadly.
What will we try to counteract or solve the problem?
Identify how you will know if the solution is working.
Use the root cause analysis to help you create a hypothesis to test.
The experiment description should also include:
Plan when and how you will check the results of the experiment, and document what you learn.
Last, based on the progress and learning, decide how to proceed.
Failure can be perceived as negative - it is not. Failure is an opportunity for learning, and may be celebrated as such. Try to fail fast, fail forward, and fail cheap. This is typically done through small-scale experimentation and learning.
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