Tag Archives: eric ries

Real world research: a must-do prelude to using lean methodology

Research Definition

Research is obvious yes? I don’t think it is and in terms of startups Laurence McCahill has summed it up best: “Generally we find that startups products and services often arise from ideas generated by the founder(s). The proposed solution is usually derived from a number of assumptions about the audience, market, etc. Entrepreneurs can […]

Reduce the Cost of Scaling: The Planned Pivot

The planned pivot - knowing you are going to change to plan B

Note: This post is the fifth, and final, part of the larger essay about reducing the cost to sustainability when developing a new product. To read from the beginning click HERE to start with ‘Defining Product/Market Fit’. I ended my last post ‘The Product Formula‘ asking if it is possible to reduce the quality of the […]

The Product Formula – Is team, or initial idea, more important?

Formulas

Note: This post is the forth part of a five part essay about reducing the cost to sustainability when developing a new product. Please click HERE to read the first part; defining product market fit. This is not an attempt to create a magic formula to solve all the problems with building a new business. […]

The Ideal Startup Product Development Journey

build measure learn

Note: This post is the third part of the larger essay about reducing the cost to sustainability when developing a new product. To read from the beginning click HERE to start with ‘Defining Product/Market Fit’. This post is not about a new methodology on developing a product. The idea of “How” to get product/market fit, I believe, is […]