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  • What is freemium?

    What is freemium ? The word freemium is a combination of the words free and premium. It describes a business model in which you give a core product away for free to a large group of users and sell premium products to a smaller fraction of this user base.     Read more here...

    Tags: Lean in the digital age, Freemium, Minimum Viable Product

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  • The benefits of failing fast

    In a recent conversation with a friend of mine, CEO of a small Consulting firm, he explained me how he energized his small company using Lean Startup principles and tools. Especially when it comes to answer calls for tender or a request for a proposal, Frederic (his name) has gotten pickier. &ldq...

    Tags: Operational Excellence, fail fast, Lean startup, Minimum Viable Product

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  • Upgrade from a Pilot to a Prototype – Now!

    It could be about semantics. Or not. A pilot is not a prototype. It is my strong belief that innovation success derives from prototype initiatives that are carefully planned, properly funded or staffed, and supported from beginning to end by senior executives seeking breakthrough bounties. Ori...

    Tags: innovation, innovation excellence, Design, Processes & Tools, Product Innovation, minimum viable product, MVP, pilot, Prototype

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  • An Easy Way to Make Minimum Viable Product (MVP) Totally Not Viable

    The classic viral MVP cartoon from Henrik Kniberg (https://blog.crisp.se/2016/01/25/henrikkniberg/making-sense-of-mvp)5 minute read The Minimum Viable Product (MVP) concept has taken off over the past few years, and indeed, its heart is in the right place. MVP encourages product managers to sc...

    Tags: Competitiveness, Innovation, Management, Quality, Socio-Technical Systems, Technology Management, Uncategorized, minimum viable product, MVP, product development, product management, software

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  • Quality Culture: Getting it right the first time

    Dan Blacharski looks at Four Components of a Quality Culture, the differences between popular management theories, and why Quality Culture and MVP are not too far apart. Original: http://innovationexcellence.com/blog/2017/06/13/quality-culture-getting-it-right-the-first-time/ By: Dan Blacharsk...

    Tags: innovation, innovation excellence, Culture & Values, Leadership, Management, People & Skills, Processes & Tools, C -Suite, metrics, minimum viable product, MVP

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