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Lessons Learned Running a 100 Mile Relay Race

Seven years ago I took part in GE Training at their Crotonville, NY campus. Much of our time was dedicated to navigating corporate politics and developing large-scale, effective teams. 1,098 more words


What we mean when we talk about a ‘minimum viable product’

Co-op Digital is helping the wider Co-op transform its business by building digital products and services. We know some of our readers have an interest in how technology and digital skills can help businesses but if they’re not part of that digital and design community they’re unlikely to be familiar with some of the terms we use in our blog posts. 533 more words

Agile Delivery

How did we launch our startup with €200!?

We (as everybody else) were well aware of the dreadful start-up failure statistics. It goes like this: 9 out of 10 start-ups fail. Moreover, we were going to enter a highly competitive market. 2,369 more words

Prototyping 101 - or create your MVP in half an hour.

Enrichment week came faster than we expected and the often-mentioned rapid prototyping was upon us.

Excitement mixed with anxiety was filling up my days. I’ve never been a very good “maker”. 678 more words

How to find your Minimum Viable Cat

This is one of the shortest needull ever posted. But, the idea is very powerful. Basically 80:20 rule explained in a different way.

Putting the task in a time-box was a very easy way to distil out what those essential data points were (ears, whiskers, and nose I think are the key ones!)

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Why the MVP method is hard - Technical

This is the 4th and last post in the series about why the MVP method, as described by Eric Ries in The Lean Startup, is more challenging than it first appears. 784 more words