Reading this article brings back painful memories about the first startup I started.
Save yourself a load of bother and quickly check if you are committing any of the 12 mistakes.
"Life's too short to build something nobody wants" - Ash Maurya
I feature quite a lot of customer development articles on Lean Startup Digest. It seems to be what people struggle with the most and it's a topic that is written about a lot.
In my quest to bring you the best content, this article stood out for its tips on conducting interviews, help with setting goals and information on how many people to talk to (that question always comes up)
Plus has a great sub-headline - So you’ve decided to take your startup seriously.
“If we don't create the thing that kills Facebook, someone else will.” - The Facebook Little Red Book
How to avoid the innovators dilemma and continue to innovate in a big company. Good tips and case studies included.
Alex Osterwalder's proposal that companies need a Chief Entrepreneur, positioned at the same level as the CEO is a bold one!
The Chief Entrepreneur would work with their own team of entrepreneurs to bring innovation and be responsible for "building the future for the company".
It's nice to see articles like this and the "The Rise Of The Intrapreneur" one I included last week being written.
Is this kind of role workable? Thoughts on a postcard.