- Title Pages
- I Anatomy of a Hunch
- 1 Being Productively Wrong
- 2 Prototyping a Real-World Problem
- II Exploring in Foresight: Learning from Parts and People
- 3 Interacting with Parts
- 4 Interfacing with People
- 5 At a Small Scale, Nonlinearity Is Your Ally
- 6 A Kit to Drive Innovation, Anywhere
- 7 Operating on the Problem through Trial and Error
- III Organizing What You’ve Learned: Exploring Impact
- 8 Practicing Advocacy
- 9 Risk, Doing, Learning, and Uncertainty
- 10 Scaling Up an Organization
- 11 Managing Innovating Continuously
- 12 The World Is Your Lab: You Need a Notebook to Converse with Yourself
- Epilogue: Academic Commentary
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