Sometimes two concepts just come together for me.
First from the Innovate on Purpose blog, a post dealing with why firms have trouble innovating quickly. They don't have models that allow them to prototype quickly. This retards their learning and slows progress toward an innovative result. Short, rapid experiments with imperfect prototypes is the key. Plus the ability to plow learning back into more protyping quickly.
Then by happenstance, a piece from In the Pipeline blog dealing with management's motivation of speed. You'll find the answer is surprisingly simple. Simple enough that it might work.
Posted by Bruce Lehr Nov. 15th 2011.