What are HADI cycles?
Hypothesis — Action — Data — Insight (HADI cycles) is a way of thinking about the process of solving problems, making decisions, and generating ideas.
In order to use this cycle, you need to first develop a hypothesis or idea about what will work best in order to reach your goal. Then, you act on that hypothesis by doing something—anything that takes you closer to your objective. Next comes data: you gather information from this action and analyze it to see if it supports or contradicts your original thought.
Finally, you take what you've learned through the process of acting and generating data into account to create an insight that can lead to an even better solution than before!
HADI cycles are a way to make sure that we're always taking action to bring about the best outcome.
The process starts with a hypothesis. We take an idea and test it out by implementing it in the real world.
Then, we gather data and analyze it to see where our hypothesis went right or wrong.
Finally, we use this information to refine our hypothesis and create new insights from it.