It is the leader’s responsibility to provide the necessary guidelines, so the team can make adaptable and fast decisions.
In everyday conversation we tend to think of “risk” as something negative to be avoided, and “assumption” as something we believe or find acceptable. Such generalities can get confusing, so Strategy 2 Market developed a cheat sheet for risk terminology.
How can established organizations be more nimble and adaptable? This is where entrepreneurial techniques, like experimentation and Exploratory PD, can be leveraged.
This article describes that groups of people and computers combined will be able to provide collective intelligence, sometimes referred to as “cyber-human.” What relation does this have to improving product development? There is an excellent article by Thomas W. Malone in the latest MIT Sloan Management Review (Summer 2018), called “How Human-Computer ‘Superminds’ Are Redefining […]
Agent Wigglesworth of MI6.21576 is in pursuit of Business Fit Framework intelligence. Watch this spoof video, episode 2 of a 3-part series, created by University of Chicago interns (1:46). Watch the video. Mary Drotar and Kathy Morrissey are Co-Founders of the Business Fit Framework® (BFF) business intelligence software tool. The BFF received a National Science […]
Mary Drotar and Kathy Morrissey of Strategy 2 Market announced the release of 1.0 of the Business Fit Framework® (BFF). The BFF is a business intelligence software tool founded on behavioral economic principles that improves team decision-making and leads to product success. Business Fit Framework 1.0 includes the identification, evaluation, prioritization and tracking of product […]
Agent Wigglesworth of MI6.21576 is on a mission to find out more about the Business Fit Framework (BFF). He heard about the BFF across various communication channels, and he visits the Strategy 2 Market office to learn more. Watch this hilarious spoof video series. We recently released Episode 1 of this 3-part series. The other […]
The Business Fit Framework® (BFF) is a business intelligence software tool for making better product development decisions. The BFF moves into beta testing this week. Mary Drotar and Kathy Morrissey of Strategy 2 Market received a National Science Foundation (NSF) STEM I-Corp grant through the University of Chicago in 2018 for the BFF. A requirement […]