Proof of Concepts has one goal – proof out a concept.
That concept can be a new process, an idea, a solution, a product, a prototype – take your pick – it’s something new that you haven’t done before that you want to see if it will work in whatever it is your doing.
We undertake them to reduce the risk because if it turns out the proof doesn’t work, we haven’t aligned everything to it and put all our eggs in one basket.
But it doesn’t mean it doesn’t get the same amount of love, dedication, and commitment that you would apply to that concept if you were doing it normally.
That’s the difference between proof succeeding and failing.