The secret of employee engagement in a startup is there is no secret. It’s simply about getting your team members to “buy in” to your purpose, your mission.
There are numerous ways to launch a product, but learning how to use agile methodologies to launch products is by far the best way to increase your chances of success while eliminating waste. How to use agile methodologies to launch products was last modified: January 9th, 2020 by Graham Wood
How do you build a successful and profitable B2B SaaS startup? There are nine steps to follow, and if you get them all right then you should be on your way.
Why do so many startups delay launching their minimum viable product (MVP)? Believe it or not, the main reason – in my experience – is down to anxiety over its perceived lack of features, which leads to the biggest form of waste in any lean startup: over-engineering.
When does networking become not working? An interesting question that really bothers me as the number of conferences, forums, seminars and workshops devoted to startups and entrepreneurship continue to grow.
Content workflows can vary from exceptionally simple to incredibly complex. It doesn’t really matter how advanced your content workflow is, as long as you can understand its value and its role…
Startup life is often a life of uncertainty, uneasiness. But it’s also a life of great excitement and achievement. What does Agile development have to do with it?
As far as lean marketing strategy goes, you can probably not get farther away from the whole concept than Super Bowl commercials. They are very antithesis of everything about lean.
Is investment strategy the reason behind why very few businesses succeed while most of them fail?
The title of this post may sound harsh. But sometimes the truth hurts. And when it comes to your startup strategy, that’s a good thing. You need a good business model more than you need a good product or service. Fact. Yes, you have of course heard of Alexander Osterwalder’s famous Business Model Canvas.