By Kevin Organisciak.

Innovation in education is evolving at a break-neck pace.  New modes of delivery, methods of instruction, and access to learning platforms are announced weekly.  Not every innovation is a winner but the environment has become favorable to new product development and introduction.  We’ve created an incubator for members to learn more about products, service, or modes of delivery.

TPAPT Pilot Programs  can provide an effective way for one to explore new innovations through  proof-of-concept business modeling.  Our programs provide the construct to test-and-learn without becoming overly other-directed.

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Here is a little more about the how our pilot programs work:

  • Each pilot program lasts between 30-90 days and is carefully outlined with steps and instructions for participation.
  • The goal is to allow members or sponsors to test new ideas and products and to expose the rest of our members to directional trends in the world of educational services.
  • As mentioned,  members participate in one of two ways:
  1. Volunteer to participate in someone else’s pilot test (Participant).
  2. Offer something for others to test (Provider).

In either case, here is how our Pilot Process is sequenced:

  1. Proof of Concept
  2. Incubator
  3. Pilot
  4. Pilot-Beta

Although our pilots were initially designed to lift the entire community through enhancing trend awareness and overall business development, we also have the capacity to pilot test  business-to-client services in several major markets across the US.

Providers, those folks with solutions for Educational Service Firms, can use the categories above to define the point at which you would like to test and we can help define the scope of the Pilot.

 

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Innovation in education is evolving at a break-neck pace.  New modes of delivery, methods of instruction, and access to learning platforms are announced weekly.  Not every innovation is a winner but the environment has become favorable to new product development and introduction.  We’ve created an incubator for members to learn more about products, service, or modes of delivery.

TPAPT Pilot Program  can provide an effective way for one to explore proof-of-concept business modeling.  These programs often stem from innovative ideas and provide the construct to test-and-learn without becoming overly too other-directed. Because the process defines the time and resources to use on new concepts, in ideal circumstances this allows one to stay focused on the business rather than be distracted by the invention.

While all of this may sound intimidating it is actually pretty straightforward and easily managed.  So easy, we’ve started an incubator program through our organization–the Association for Test Prep, Admissions, and Private Tutoring.

Here is a little more about the “how” our pilot programs work:

  • Each pilot program lasts between 30-90 days and is carefully outlined with steps and instructions for participation.
  • The goal is to allow members or sponsors to test new ideas and products and to expose the rest of our members to directional trends in the world of educational services.
  • As mentioned,  members participate in one of two ways:
  1. Volunteer to participate in someone else’s pilot test (Participant).
  2. Offer something for others to test (Provider).

In either case, here is how our Pilot Process is sequenced:

 

  1. Proof of Concept
  2. Incubator
  3. Pilot
  4. Pilot-Beta

Providers can use these categories to define the point at which you would like to test and we can help define the scope of the Pilot.   Although our pilots were initially designed to lift the entire community through enhancing trend awareness and overall business development, we also have the capacity to pilot test  business-to-client services in several major markets across the US.

View our upcoming pilots

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