A minimum viable product is a product or service that has just enough features to put in front of a customer. The term is used for prototypes for market research and beta versions of products. It is associated with methods of iterative design for innovation.
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A list of common innovation principles.
An overview of fail often innovation.
How to measure innovation including early stage, late stage and overall program metrics.
The basic types of pilot used in business, science and entertainment.
A definition of lead user with examples.
A definition of moment of truth with a few examples.
A definition of user innovation with examples.
The common types of proof of concept.
The common types of commercialisation.
The common types of innovation objectives with examples.
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A list of interesting business theories.
A definition of knowledge work with examples.
A list of social processes, absurdities and strategies related to office politics.
A guide to product development.
The differences between types of knowledge.
An overview of the trough of sorrow.
A list of common business models.
A list of key marketing strategies.
A few sources of competitive advantage for businesses.
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