As humans, when we first learned to talk, we started uttering random sounds, and failed, received feedback, then tried again until we succeeded into forming correct sentences.
We prototyped our way to talking.
When we were young learning to walk, we constantly, stood up, took a couple of steps forward, fell again, stood up and tried again and again until we got it right.
We prototyped our way to walking.
Now we can reapply these basic principle with some key prototyping mindsets and prototyping tools required for innovation leadership.
We can apply these basic principles to writing, drawing, creating, building, etc.
Innovation leadership knows that product introductions that are polished and planned to perfection don’t work. Prototypes do.