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Month: September 2014

Minimum Viable Product #MVP isn’t quite what it claims to be

  If you ever had the fortune (or misfortune, depending on your circumstances) to get involved with an early stage technology company, you would have heard no ending of the abbreviation MVP. For the unfamiliar, MVP stands for Minimum Viable Product. While we use the term liberally, do we really understand what it means? More importantly, has your early stage product reached the status of MVP? I would like to argue that MVP is not a single state of a product. In fact, it revolves around three stages, depending on your vision and strategy. The Minimum Usable Product Many startups…

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