Article mindlab iteration

Test your ideas

We see projects as development processes, where end users’ continuous criticism, perspectives, experiences and good ideas are essential parts of ambitious solutions.

Through years of experience, we have learned to focus on a strong link between development and implementation. Successful results are dependent on you realizing from the beginning how the development can become a reality, and thereby create the desired policy change.

Therefore, you should stop trying to just think of a solution. Instead, investigate from the beginning if it is the right problem that is being addressed, what the end users' real challenges are, and whether the policy change will create the value that you want. Reduce risks by involving the end users in the process and identify errors quickly.

Troubleshooting, feedback and further development can happen at workshops, during interviews or in dialogues with the end users. It is our experience, that this approach saves time and resources.

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