Trial & Error Methods in Innovation & Continuous Process Improvement


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Caleb owns an advertising company. He wants his company to grow by figuring out new ways to maximize clients' advertising dollars. By stressing the importance of finding new solutions to problems, Caleb is focused on _____.

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1. Khadija is an app designer. She wants to create a really impactful app. To do that, she's trying to figure out the biggest problems that people have and figure out how her app can solve those problems. Khadija is in the _____ stage of the trial and error cycle.

2. Lori makes clothing for women who love their curves. She's designed a new dress meant to smoothly accentuate the curves of a larger woman's body while still staying comfortable. Now it's time to actually make a version of the dress. Lori is in the _____ stage of the trial and error process.

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

Continuous improvement is an important part of achieving maximum growth. With this quiz/worksheet, you can assess how much you know about the process of continual improvement by answering questions on topics like the focus of finding new solutions to problems and the stage of the trial and error cycle where a problem and its solution are both identified.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

You'll be responsible for these areas on the quiz:

  • Stage where a version of a product to reach a solution is made
  • Stage where a product is tested
  • Stage where product effectiveness is evaluated

Skills Practiced

  • Knowledge application - use your knowledge to answer questions about the stage where a product is evaluated and the focus on identifying new solutions to issues
  • Reading comprehension - make sure you understand the most important information from the lesson on continuous improvement, including the stage where the solution to a problem is recognized
  • Information recall - access the knowledge you've gained regarding the stage where a product's strengths and weaknesses are considered

Additional Learning

For more on reaching solutions to problems, you can review the lesson named Trial & Error Methods in Innovation & Continuous Process Improvement. These points will be discussed:

  • Continuous improvement as a driver of business growth
  • Example of innovation that's used to solve problems
  • Steps in the cycle of continuous improvement