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Entree: One Year Later


Last year, I wrote about Entrée as an up-and-coming student startup in Austin, TX. Since then, they’ve pivoted from their original idea and are now focusing on creating an order-ahead service for restaurants. 589 more words


The Making of an MVP

As I knew it before all my research, an MVP is a most valuable player. In the startup world, it’s a “minimum viable product” which basically means: do the least amount of shit you can and launch. 179 more words


Notes on David J Bland's 7 Things I 've Learned About Lean Startup

(From David’s 7/25/15 post on medium.com, link here)

After 15 years advising startups and corporations, here are David’ top 7 learnings

  1. MVPs are optimized for learning, not scaling.
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Don't confuse a Minimum Viable Product (MVP) with a Go-To-Market shortcut

As a Product Manager I am often working towards the launch and development of an MVP – Minimum Viable Product. An MVP is a great means to launch quickly and effectively in market; to test and learn, iterate and refine. 210 more words


How to demo an app to an executive

In the digital era, we are frequently making demos of apps to executives. Technologies like Python and the MEAN stack, with an enabling ecosystem provided by the company, means virtually anyone with creativity and zest can build apps that automate their work. 263 more words

Change Enablement

What Will You Do When Life Gives You Lemons?

Common wisdom states:

When life gives you lemons make lemonade.

I would like to challenge this assumption because if all the smart people are busy making lemonade.

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Shooting Holes in the Minimum Viable Product

A really good idea can quickly become a norm in the tech sector. The late night comedian John Oliver might say that such an idea becomes “a thing” (as in “is that… 1,240 more words