News and Articles About Product Development
Clearly, 'you don't know what you don't know' until you change your ways.
Entrepreneurs can derive great insight and benefit from Scrum and Lean Startup but neither should be accepted as infallible doctrine.
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While social media and marketing can definitely help boost a brand's online presence, there are a few other things companies should do before investing resources to these areas.
Having an awesome product is not enough for long-term survival. Success comes down to a well planned and executed product strategy.
If your plans are too detailed for your team's size, you're wasting everyone's time.
The Sprint Kit offers exercises to help you explore your possibilities.
Available as a sweatshirt, blazer, windbreaker or bomber, BauBax has everything from a built-in neck pillow and gloves to earphone holders and a drink pocket.
Wasting time always costs more than buying better tools.
Move that great product or idea ahead of the pack by finding an internal advocate at a corporation near you.
Are you bleeding money by promoting a sub-optimized brand? Here's what to look for.
You can't develop your product while living in a cave. Instead, "pre-sell" it via crowdfunding and email marketing.
First, distinguish between the "must-have" features vs. those merely be "nice to have."
If your new product or service isn't gaining traction, ask yourself, 'What's my California Roll?'
You'll need a working prototype so investors know you're serious. Here's how to keep costs down.