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The Traction Stage Dec 5
After identifying the riskiest assumptions of your startup solution, it’s time to validate it with real people.
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Starttech Ventures Nov 29
Customer interviews are part of the Problem/Solution Fit, the first pillar of . They are an essential tool in helping you minimizing waste and reducing risk. Here is a short and easy to follow guide to help you get started
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Planar Whirl Dec 1
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Wendy Perry Dec 4
Wow these year 6-7 students sure work fast, using they are fleshing out problems, customers, solutions & 💰 53 teams with support via primary & high school educators & business challenge posers... pitching happens tomorrow 🎤
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Tom Eisner Nov 30
have I taken lean startup to far?
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Julia Dec 5
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Leon Tranter Dec 4
Misconceptions around MVP (Minimum Viable Product)
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VALASYS MEDIA 11h
Master the art of to grow your or exponentially. The book by brings to you the power of appliance & redefines the conventional .
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Eric Myers 11h
Replying to @SturmDon @Buncee and 12 others
Employ the Lean Startup Method: Fail Fast, Fail Often and build upon what you learned from your failures to navigate change. In this case Learning & Knowledge is the Minimum Valuable Product that we continuously improve upon and build from.
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Jonathan Aufray ☕ Dec 5
Don't wait for your product to be perfect to launch your . Launch, get , gather feedback and improve your product.
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Megan Kennedy Dec 4
“The goal is not to learn but to progress.” on running experiments.
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Ari Airic Dec 4
....... Imagine Steve Jobs wanted to launch an iPhone-MVP. Launching MVP does not mean launching crap.
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Leon Tranter Dec 3
Ways that cloud can support Agile and Lean Startup:
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pressfarm.co Dec 3
How PR is Different for Enterprise Companies vs. Smaller Startups
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KumarSachi Dec 3
Dusted out this book which I read in 2011! Cherishing the chapters underlined like this and memories of workshops delivered there after. Can’t believe it is already 9 long years.
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Sebastian Ovide Dec 3
Business Value Proposition view by one of the Sr Eng in my team at
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J. Cafesin Dec 2
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LeanStartup_Egypt Dec 2
3 Steps to Great Customer Development
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Lean Media Dec 2
Do you make media or run a media business? The framework can give you an edge. Learn more:
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EmpowerElle Dec 2
📆NEW Interview! sgblank on why large companies struggle with
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