Check out our newer article about UBER company Uber, a high-tech startup founded in 2009 which connects the transportation industry with technology by its ride-sharing app was the highest valued venture-backed company in the world in 2015. As of 16 December 2014, its service was available in more than 200 cities in 53 countries worldwide […]
3 lessons learned when developing a new product with the Minimum Viable Product
We released the Goals Module in our application suite no more than four weeks ago, and in this time almost 460 goals have been created by our users. This is great news, because it means that the few months that we spent working on the first release was definitely time well spent. The first release of Goals […]
How to perform a good agile retrospective
One of the pillars of today’s businesses is change. Small startups struggle to find a stable customer niche; large companies want to deliver things faster. The business environment is also changing, and we are trying hard to keep moving forward. But because of the hectic pace of the business world, very often we fail to […]
4 steps to aligning your actions with your goals
In our previous article we offered you some advice that can help us to keep our motivation on a high level, which is, in a nutshell: Prioritization of our goals and deciding which objectives will bring us the greatest value, Keeping our tasks small and constantly tracking our progress, Small but persistent changes will bring us, significant, long-term results, Always ask ourselves why […]
5 steps to building Minimum Viable Product with Story Mapping.
In the previous post we have described different concepts of Minimum Viable Products. Among various definitions, we can describe MVP as a product built from the smallest set of features that delivers customer value. But what does “the smallest set of features” mean, and how can we define this? In todays post we would like to share with you a technique […]
Many faces of Minimum Viable Product. Which type of MVP is best for you?
Minimum Viable Product has become one of the ‘should-know’ terms in the startup and product development community. Moreover, it is becoming more and more popular among not only so-called “garage startups” but also among large enterprise organizations, which adapt and use various ideas from the agile and lean movement. Interestingly, despite the fact that “everyone” is familiar […]