Summary

You made it! As a result of taking this course, you learned how to:

  1. Identify latent needs in qualitative research. This provides participants with the ability to identify important insights that can become foundational elements. 
  2. Think critically about what people want, need, and desire. This provides participants with the ability to be keen observers of behavior and identify hidden or non-obvious opportunities. 
  3. Speak confidently about complex and ill-defined ideas. This gives participants the ability to compel and persuade their peers to follow them in a particular strategic direction. 
  4. Describe the value of a new product. This provides participants with the language necessary to convince a team – and themselves – that an idea is worth pursuing. 
  5. Identify the sequence and pacing of developing and releasing new features. This provides participants with the ability to work in a resource constrained environment and to show how small ideas build to big results. 
  6. Produce visual artifacts that simplify complex ideas. This gives participants the ability to synthesize complexity so that other people can understand and support a new idea.

Summary
Lecture: Conclusion
2 mins