The Problem with MVPs

Minimal Viable Product (MVP) is a common term these days. In an Agile development world, the idea is to build the fewest features possible before you solicit customer feedback. Don’t spend money and time building things customers may not want. Build less. Validate more. Then build what you know (have evidence for) will sell. MVP is a great idea…in concept. The problem with MVPs is … Continue reading The Problem with MVPs

Book Review: Monetizing Innovation: How smart companies design the product around the price, by Ramanujam and Tacke

I am pleasantly surprised by “Monetizing Innovation: How smart companies design the product around the price.” The authors, Madhavan Ramanujam and Georg Tacke, are not paid consultants – at least not anymore… Continue reading Book Review: Monetizing Innovation: How smart companies design the product around the price, by Ramanujam and Tacke

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Book Review: INSPIRED: How to Create Tech Products Customers Love, by Marty Cagan, 2nd Edition

The book serves its purpose well. It is the second edition to Marty Cagan’s first book INSPIRED, and it covers a lot of material. It will not serve as a reference book with answers to your endless questions, but it will serve as a jumping off point and point you in the right direction.
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