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Discovery Driven Planning
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https://hbr.org/2017/02/a-refresher-on-discovery-driven-planning?

Just another variation of a common discussion. Thought I'd share and see what kind of conversation this kicks up.
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People always will find a way to put bread on the table. The public is constatly renewed so old things becomes new things after some time elapsed.
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1 reply by Wade Harshman
Feb 14, 2017 8:27 AM
Wade Harshman
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Thanks, Sergio. Once thing I've come to appreciate is that we keep solving the same problems. The solutions we "discover" to project problems today were in place decades ago, but someone will re-brand the solutions and make a good living off it.

As I glanced through the article, I couldn't help but think of how many frameworks tackle this same basic problem of high uncertainty.
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^ just look at the fashion industry :)

Thanks for sharing the article Wade. Sounds a bit like a science experiment process.
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1 reply by Wade Harshman
Feb 14, 2017 10:46 AM
Wade Harshman
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Not a bad analogy, Andrew. The fashion industry must constantly renew itself to force consumers to buy new clothes. Similarly, the business world seems to keep repackaging management techniques with new buzzwords so we can sell new certifications.
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Feb 13, 2017 5:20 PM
Replying to Sergio Luis Conte
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People always will find a way to put bread on the table. The public is constatly renewed so old things becomes new things after some time elapsed.
Thanks, Sergio. Once thing I've come to appreciate is that we keep solving the same problems. The solutions we "discover" to project problems today were in place decades ago, but someone will re-brand the solutions and make a good living off it.

As I glanced through the article, I couldn't help but think of how many frameworks tackle this same basic problem of high uncertainty.
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Feb 14, 2017 6:22 AM
Replying to Andrew Craig
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^ just look at the fashion industry :)

Thanks for sharing the article Wade. Sounds a bit like a science experiment process.
Not a bad analogy, Andrew. The fashion industry must constantly renew itself to force consumers to buy new clothes. Similarly, the business world seems to keep repackaging management techniques with new buzzwords so we can sell new certifications.
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Great comments. The HBR and McKinsey archives are great places to find tools and techniques relevant today that were developed many years ago.

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