4. How to Engineer Opportunities, Stage 2: CheckPointing
Structuring Your Approach to Ramping Up Your Reach and Eradicating Your Risk
In this chapter, we show you how to carry out the second major stage of the Opportunity Engineering (OE) process to engineer an investment opportunity. (The first was Discovery Driven Planning [DDP].) CheckPointing comprises two parts:
1. Opportunity Engineering charting, which systematically maps Opportunity Engineering moves you develop to reduce risk and increase reach
2. Generating a CheckPoint/Assumption Table, which systematically documents all the places you will be testing assumptions ahead of investment
As in previous chapters, we use a highly simplified example of an actual case, but again the same logic ...