What's in here?
- The Lean Startup
- Design Innovation - Double Diamond
- The Lean Startup + Design Thinking
- Build-Measure-Learn Loop
- Lean Startup Validation
- MVP - Minimum Viable Product
- MVP / MMP / MLP
- The Idea Funnel
- Startup Development Phases
- Lean Product Roadmap
- Product Development Phases
- Product Development Lifecycle
- Crossing the "CHASM"
- Product Market Fit (PMF)
- Go-To-Market (GTM) Strategy
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The Lean Startup
The Lean Startup Detailed
THE LEAN STARTUP Why is Lean Startup so important? Research indicates that 70-90% of all businesses and startup ideas fail within the first 1-2 years. Enterprises and governments experience similar failure when building new customer facing products or shifting their service models. Understanding the Lean Startup
Design Innovation - Double Diamond
What Is Design Innovation?
Design Innovation is a unique blend of design thinking, computational thinking, maker culture, and business.
The Lean Startup + Design Thinking
Design Thinking Lean Startup Agile Diagram for PowerPoint - SlideModel
The Design Thinking Lean Startup Agile Diagram for PowerPoint is an outstanding presentation layout for project methodologies. This template provides a visual diagram that combines design thinking, lean startup, and agile to drive digital innovation. The PowerPoint template of enterprise architecture displays a circular loop of activities over graph chart.
The Build-Measure-Learn Feedback Loop: Creating Real Value by Testing Ideas
In a flash of inspiration, one of your team members has come up with a dazzling idea for a new customer service product. It's fun and innovative, and you know that it's got the potential to make your life easier. In your excitement, you feel certain that other people are going to love it just as much as you do.
Lean Startup Validation
Using go-to-market to connect new products and markets
To find out what a market needs and give it to them you need 4 things: product, market, business model and go-to-market. Having blown up several businesses, I have learnt to begin with the end in mind. That considers what a customer focused go-to-market will look like during initial product and market validation.
MVP - Minimum Viable Product
Step-by-Step Guide to Build an MVP (Minimum Viable Product)
The year was 1999, there was a young guy, who wished to own a particular pair of shoes. He went to a mall close to his place, but unfortunately, he was unable to find the pair. Frustrated, he came up with an idea to sell shoes online. And that's where it all started.
MVP / MMP / MLP
Minimum Viable Product, Minimum Marketable Product, or Minimum Loveable Product. What's best? - UX Agency | UI Agency | South Africa | Fixate
So what's our opinion? Well it all depends on your business goals. Each type of minimum product release has its own benefits in the right situation. What you have to remember is that all three solutions allow you to start small and invest less upfront.
The Idea Funnel
The Idea Funnel
The concept of an idea funnel isn't new. It has its limitations. But I still find it a helpful visualization tool for outlining a high-level innovation process in search of good ideas. It's also equally applicable to bootstrapping entrepreneurs and corporate innovators alike.
Startup Development Phases
Startup Development Phases
Remove the highest universal risks on the startup journey without "reinventing the wheel" and without wasting lot of time trying to connect the dots. Our framework is based on the startup development phases and gives an overall view of the innovation entrepreneurship journey in order to give an effective approach to increase startup success.
Lean Product Roadmap
How To Build A Product Roadmap Everyone Understands
Up until recently, no one really knew what product roadmaps were supposed to look like, but we all knew something had to change. At my old companies, we were using Jira and a release planner to communicate our product plans.
Product Development Phases
7 Stages of the New Product Development Process
Digital disruption happens when you come up with an out-of-the-box, untried idea for your new product. The only catch is that the product idea should solve the end user's problems - only then will you achieve the product-market fit, the essential element for any product's success.
Product Development Lifecycle
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Crossing the "CHASM"
Models for Predicting the Future: Geoffrey Moore's "Crossing the Chasm"
Ok so I'm writing this blog series about models for predicting the future. Now that I'm here in Part III, I'm fully aware that the series theme of predicting the future is a bit sensational. But it's hard to dial down my excitement on this subject.
Product Market Fit (PMF)
What is Product-Market Fit? A Product Manager's Guide
Product companies move strategically when it comes to idea generation, i.e., they research the market aggressively, find the existing gaps, identify customer problems, and even create PoCs (validate technical feasibility) and prototypes (UI/UX validation). All these practices are run to ensure that the final product hits the bullseye and fulfills the market's needs, i.e., it is product-market fit compliant.
Go-To-Market (GTM) Strategy
How to Build a Successful Go-to-Market Strategy | Process Street | Checklist, Workflow and SOP Software
A go-to-market (GTM) strategy is the way in which a company brings a product or service to market. No matter how good your idea is, you need a go-to-market strategy. Why? Because statistically speaking, your business is more likely to fail than succeed. In fact, if you're a startup, your chance of failure is a [...]