Hypotheses we want to test
Hypothesis 1: Working in the open leads to more shared knowledge, building collective value, project legacy, transparency and accountability.
- Does working in the open help or hinder effective decision-making?
- When does working in the open help? When does working in the open hinder?
Hypothesis 2: For true collaboration you must give up power and/or control.
- How do you give up power effectively when working in collaboration?
- How do you give up power effectively when involving users?
Hypothesis 3: Involving users early in the process allows more relevant solutions to be built.
- Does involving users in the process allow more relevant solutions to be built?
- When is it most important to involve users? When is too early/too late?
- How do we balance individual needs with the needs of communities/society?
- How can we best involve users? / What does a high-quality approach look like?
- How do you co-design user experience? How can we best value their time and expertise?
Hypothesis 4: You can implement a culture of learning in collaborative project.
- How do you facilitate a culture of learning?
- What is a good culture of learning? How do you know if you have one?
Hypothesis 5: Digital solutions can help young people to navigate services more effectively.
- When and why do digital solutions help young people to navigate services?
- What norms and behaviour are you encouraging or incentivising over time?