Innovator's cheat sheet + new course cohort
When you’re working on an idea (a feature, product, service...) how do you reduce risk, take effective action, and influence strategy?
How do you avoid both analysis paralysis and sunk cost bias?
To answer these questions, I’ve put together a cheat sheet for you, laying out my top 5 tools for innovators.
Get the free Innovator’s Cheat Sheet here: https://maven.com/p/4f4950
This 12-page PDF distils the hardest-hitting methods that I use when working with product teams.
Lead the Time Machine workshop, so you can be guided by your team’s hidden hopes and fears.
Master Multiverse Mapping, so you can pinpoint the behaviours that matter most to your success.
Set Pivot Triggers to identify influential metrics and dodge sunk cost bias.
Design Behavioural Probes that get you the signals you need from the world.
Use Signals > Stories > Options to make sense of the signals you’re seeing and decide what to do next.
And if you want hands-on practice with these methods, you’ll be glad to hear there’s a cohort of my Innovate Confidently course starting next week.
Full course details and tickets here: https://maven.com/tom-kerwin/innovate-confidently-with-pivot-triggers.
Any questions, just hit reply.