Agile · Features · MVP · Problems · Product management

Why MVPs matter

Maybe it’s because we are about to get at least a little bit of a baseball season, but I’ve been thinking a lot about MVPs lately. In the context of Agile product development, an MVP is a minimum viable product, or a basic solution that addresses a customer’s core need without trying to solve every… Continue reading Why MVPs matter


Agile · MVP · Problems · Product management · Prototypes · VOC

The challenge of finding product-market fit

Yet again for this week’s blog post I want to share some ideas from April’s online Everyday Innovators Summit that I found particularly striking. In this case the thoughts came from a session Dan Olsen, author of The Lean Product Playbook, presented on finding product-market fit. If you’re involved in product development or listen to… Continue reading The challenge of finding product-market fit