This article explains how to conduct an expert review on Solverboard if you have been invited to contribute. Expert reviews are an important part of the process of assessing and validating ideas to see if they have the potential to create real value.
For many tests, specialist knowledge of a subject is required to decide if it has enough potential to continue through the innovation process. You may, therefore, be asked to contribute your thoughts on a test. The Solverboard Expert Review provides a structured way for you to do this, by validating the assumptions that were made when creating the idea.
Step by step
Step 1: Check individual workspace for review tasks
Step 2: Click on the test to review
Step 3: Select the ‘Expert Review’ tab
Step 4: Click on your assigned card.
Step 5: Review all relevant assumptions matched against your expertise
Step 6: Optionally, explore the results of all assumptions and experiments
Step 7: Analyse how the results of experimentation have informed their financial model.
Step 8: Draw conclusions of your assessment with regard to your area of expertise.
Step 9: Provide an overall score of the test
Step 10: Update your review status to Validated or Rejected.