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90-Day Cycles are a structured method to develop and test new processes, tools, practices or knowledge frameworks in support of improvement work. This handbook details how to plan and execute a 90-Day Cycle and includes examples from practice.

The 90-Day Cycle is a method for rapidly developing innovative approaches to support practice improvement. Generally, 90-Day Cycles are a disciplined and structured form of inquiry designed to produce and test knowledge syntheses or prototyped processes or products in support of improvement work.

The 90-Day Cycle Handbook serves as a comprehensive guide to the purpose and methods of this disciplined and structured form of inquiry. This handbook is an introductory document that delineates the purpose and process for this method. It is sprinkled with helpful tips and illustrative examples from previous successful cycles.

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