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Business Creation A to Z (Part 1)

So you have an idea for a product and you think it’s going to change the world. Or maybe you’re not thinking that big; you just think it’s going to create an impact to a smaller segment of people you’re a part of. 1,308 more words


Ways and Means for Designing and Developing Functional Prototypes

We often hear about the wonderful new manufacturing methods for developing low-cost functional prototypes, e.g., 3D printing, plastic injection molding, etc. Yet, which method(s) should you utilize to bring your idea to life? 565 more words


Lean & Innovation NOT mutually exclusive?

Here is an interesting adjunct to my last post in the form of a comment from Gergana Hadjova addressed to the original IPKat post (reproduced in full here but fully attributed, so hopefully the lawyers who run and contribute to the excellent IPKat blog will forgive me): 509 more words

Product Development

The Minimum Lovable Product Forget the MVP

An interesting take on lean product management and development, and a reminder that novel, game-changing ideas are never created by slavishly delivering what customers ask for (though they can often be  18 more words

Product Development

The Lean Startup: First Impressions

Book Info:

Year Published: 2011

Publisher: Crown Business

Pages: 290

So for the first book on the site, I went really scientific.  The Lean Startup is not one of those books telling you how to make a million dollars from home.   366 more words

Lean Startup

Here’s 4 Things We Learned Because Our Startup Was Doing It Wrong

We’ve spent a lot of time building the technology behind scenes at obvious.io – in startup circles, this is generally frowned upon. The mantra is build an MVP (Minimum Viable Product), gain feedback, pivot, iterate and if you can’t find a market, fail fast and move on. 1,078 more words

Doing It Wrong