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ECON 138 2.4.2011

ECON 138 2.4.2011 - optimism(I WILL CHANGE THE WORLD...

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ECON 138 2/4/2011 - Ignore what is irrelevant (education, previous work experiences, etc) - Find people who LOVE the product and want to be apart of the product - Hire better than yourselves Product development Keep it simple and stay focused - determine the core feature that make your product stand out - release a minimal viable product (MVP) earlier - eliminate features that are not widely used stay focused because there are many new ideas developing and you want to stay focused Start up Transition Curve
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Unformatted text preview: optimism (I WILL CHANGE THE WORLD!) pessimissm (omg. They have more funding! ):<) crises of meaning either crash and burn OR informed optimism (continue the product) -don’t bandwagon in the middle of this curve make sure you do research Be ready to iterate and pivot Iterate-Listen to your customers-Adjust your product to what your customers want-Start over Pivot-listen to your customers-adjust your business model to what your customers want...
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