Do Minimal Viable Products Work?admin | Saturday, November 5th, 2011 | No Comments »
Seth Goodin wrote an interesting blog post today on ‘when minimal viable products dont work’.
An interesting perspective, and I think an excellent example of what happens when concepts like MVP’s, Market Fit or any other contextual approach to problem solving become systemized and positioned as scientific management.
Articles such as this simple reinforce my view we are at the apex of the hype curve with Lean Startup thinking. As I love to say, too many enthusiasts. And enthusiasts are never objective.
There is no single approach to solving abstract problems such as those encountered by a start-up or corporate innovation team. However, kept in context, the thinking of Eric Ries, Stephen Blank and Geoffery Moore are incredibly valuable tools.
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