Entrepreneurship MVP Series 4: Contracts, Monitoring Progress

MVP Series 4: Contracts, Monitoring Progress

I posted about establishing your Milestones and Sprints in the last section. At this point, you should have a pretty good idea of the scope of the project. For example, is it 4-two week sprints for a total of eight weeks? If you have one developer declare that they can whip it out in a …

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Go To Market Step by Step Guide to MVP Part 3 – Data Driven Decisions

Step by Step Guide to MVP Part 3 – Data Driven Decisions

Part 3 – Making your first data driven decision Given what you have discovered so far in your experiment, what’s your next step in investing in your MVP and this idea? Because it’s easy to spend reach cash on advertising it’s important to have a thesis on why you’re investing in this idea. What I’ve …

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Startup Ideas Minimum Viable Product Test – a Step by Step Guide

Minimum Viable Product Test – a Step by Step Guide

Originally posted on Venture Ready Financial Models. I was planning on giving a “Financial Model for Founders” talk at Seattle Startup Week (#SSW2016) in November. As I worked on the presentation, the final version is here on Slideshare, I realized that making this less conceptual and abstract the better so I wanted to use an …

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Startup Business Minimum Viable Product (MVP) and Features to Launch

Minimum Viable Product (MVP) and Features to Launch

One of the topics that has come up recently in the Seattle Founder Institute (#sefi) as well as some other startups I’m working with is the question of how you narrow down the Minimum Features or Minimum Viable Product to launch your startup? There’s a good definition at Wikipedia from a product development standpoint. How do you …

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