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How to “fail fast and fail often”

Introduction

Not really Failure

True failure is a determination of a result which did not meet a desire within a required timeframe.

Failing Fast … and efficiently

a reliable measurable outcome should require a fraction of the total time and effort required to manifest the product.

nothing here requires rushing, reducing quality, cutting corners, removing features, thrashing around, or working your team to burnout.

Failing Often … but with direction

these models must provide not only whether the outcome is a pass or fail, but more so they must indicate a direction to take for the next iteration.

Succeeding fast and succeeding often

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