Evolutionary Design Workshop

Evolutionary Design Workshop

Evolutionary Design involves the process of growing something from a primitive beginning to a sophisticated offering. It’s how many great artists work: sketching, crafting and finally, refining a finished product.

In this interactive workshop, you’ll learn a variety of techniques to help you work incrementally, build feedback into your process, accelerate learning and adjust to produce excellent results.

Whether you produce plans, documents, research, create products/services, Evolutionary Design will help you evolve and deliver better outcomes safer and faster.


"The key moment for us was experiencing evolutionary design first-hand via rapid integration and testing. We also appreciated that the coach could communicate and was also very technically experienced – rare combination!"Bill Rayburn, Cisco Systems

Workshop Editions

Our online version of this workshop includes online discussions with an expert instructor and exceptional eLearning exercises. It takes place over 2, 2.5-hour gatherings online, with homework in between sessions. We can schedule the sessions to best meet your needs.
  • What is Evolutionary Design?
  • Experiencing Evolutionary Design
  • Evolutionary Design Practices
  • Evolutionary Design Simulation
  • Real-World Evolutionary Design
  • Conclusion
Here is a typical 1-day agenda. We can customize this agenda to best meet your needs.
  • What is Evolutionary Design?
  • Experiencing Evolutionary Design
  • Evolutionary Design Practices
  • Evolutionary Design Simulation
  • Real-World Evolutionary Design
  • Conclusion

What Will You Learn?

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Learn and experience what Evolutionary Design is and isn’t

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Understand the steps of Evolutionary Design and how to apply them

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Discover ways to build fast learning cycles into your system

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Learn methods of iterating and integrating early and often

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Apply Minimum and Viable to your work and outcomes

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Know when not to use Evolutionary Design

Target Audience

Anyone involved in iterative/agile work. No technical knowledge required.

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