Masters of Scale - Week Four

Masters of Scale

When This Cookie Dough Company Went Viral, Its Founder Had to Change Everything

After Kristen Tomlan opened her shop Do, she was stunned by just how thoroughly unprepared she was -- it was a disaster.

How Listening to All Customer Feedback Could Destroy Your Product

If you incorporate too much feedback, you might end up with a bulky product that you spent way more time on than you should have for very little return.

When It Makes Sense to Release an Imperfect Product

We share when you should get your product out there and start getting feedback.

When to Selectively Listen to Feedback and Ignore What Users Say

While gauging user feedback is definitely important, entrepreneurs need to both listen to what users say, and selectively ignore them.

Mark Zuckerberg Reveals the 5 Strategies That Helped Facebook Grow at an Insane Rate

These moves bring 'move fast and break things' to life.

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