There are many different reasons why startups fail. And a host of different ways to define said failure. Even in failure, resides a small measure of success.
In B2B, there is such a thing as high level classification of customers, to consolidate and standardize our processes. It’s called an organizational map.
What are the barely sufficient prerequisites your product needs to satisfy, before it’s successful? Working software over comprehensive documentation.
We live in an age where in order to be successful with your startup, the first thing you have to do is not sell, but to create engaging content.
Did you know most startups fail to take off due to high risk business decisions (startup risk)? Well, we do! And here’s what we have to say about it! Reduce startup risk, using the Lean Methodology was last modified: January 31st, 2020 by Panagiotis Sarantopoulos
Whether we like it or not, we are all storytellers. True, some of us are better at it than others (including being liberal with the truth). But in the end, nothing beats a well-told, compelling story in tapping into our intrinsic emotions. That’s why storytelling for startups should be an essential part of any entrepreneur’s … Continue reading Let’s talk about storytelling for startups
People over process is at the heart of Agile. Though it might seem like a subversive approach, the philosophy behind it explains well why it’s so effective;
The development backlog is not your road-map. The road-map is a visualization of the strategic product plan, which in turn drives the [product] development backlog.
Have a brilliant idea for a (tech) product that will have a huge impact on the market? Great! Now for a reality check, with customer interviews.
Is your startup struggling to scale up? Or worse still, is it failing? It could simply be a common case of the startup market type you’re aiming at is just not that into you.