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The caveat of content curation

At last week’s Learning @ Work conference in Sydney, Clark Quinn declared:

Curation trumps creation

And this resonated with me. Why spend time, effort and money reinventing the wheel? 297 more words


Minimum Viable Product or just crap?

Having started my career in the heyday of Total Quality Management (it brings us back to the early 1980s!) and being educated to worship customer satisfaction in the… 321 more words


Dropbox's MVP, Referral Program & Freemium Model

Today, over 400 million people around the world are using Dropbox — and the number keeps rising. But did you know that Dropbox’s success stems from very simple strategies? 1,105 more words

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Ask a Vetrepreneur: Article 4

This column is designed to give sound advice on entrepreneurship and business ownership to veteran entrepreneurs and their families.  

What is crowdfunding?

By definition, crowdfunding is a way to fund a project or a new idea by a crowd of individuals contributing a small portion of the overall financial goal. 334 more words

Veteran Resources

Notes on How to combine Design Thinking and Agile in practice

From a post on Medium by Tom Roach, link here.


First are customer journey maps, IBM focuses on what it calls the “six experiences”: 471 more words

Product Development

MVP is a minimum viable product. But what does that actually mean?

I have had many discussions with people who are working on an “MVP.”.  But they seem to mean different things. 523 more words

Agile Development

Starting Up A Business: Minimum Viable Products

Juha Vainio, CEO & Founder of Epic Owl

This time I would like to write about the concept of Minimum Viable Product and what it means in the context of Epic Owl’s game production. 1,095 more words

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