The next steps to carve out a really good idea are:
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The Really Good Idea Test consists of 7 practical steps:
The ultimate goal of The Really Good Idea Test is to enable individuals and businesses to make evidence-based decisions.
In Step Five of The Really Good Idea Test: measures & targets, you need to ask yourself the following before conducting any interviews:
Does the problem, need or desire exist?
Are the existing solutions good enough to solve the interviewee's problem / meet their needs or desires?
Are the interviewees prepared to take the necessary actions to get another solution?
The four main components of writing your idea hypothesis:
Step Six is to conduct the interviews to test your hypothesis, after which you can analyse the insights from your test, share the results and make a decision about whether to pursue your idea or not.
The final step is of course your action to pursue the idea or reject the same.
This test is beneficial for anyone who wants to pursue a new idea.
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