This article is part of a series of articles, as an example how to use Customer Development in practice. If you didn’t read the introduction, please read it first. In part 8,...
One of the fastest way to understand why entrepreneurs (from startups but also established companies) should focus on the problem before offering a solution, is by watching the mov...
Idea’s are everywhere. Clients and employees always have the best idea’s but for a company it is very hard to listen to all the idea’s and even impossible to exec...
Fail fast you can see as learn fast, as you learn from your failures. To make the lessons learned not only based on feeling, it is good to validate them. If you introduce a new pro...
The Problem The main problem of most startups is money. The startup needs money for investment in MVP’s and often the founders needs an income. Personally I see it a little m...
On Thursday the the 29th of August, Berlin Lean Startup organized the 22nd Lean StartUp Meetup in Berlin. I had the pleasure again to attend the meeting. Lesson learned: Fail fast ...
Lean services: The service wastes The original seven wastes (Muda (Japanese term)) were defined by Taiichi Ohno, the father of the Toyota Production System. These wastes have been ...