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A Minimum Viable Product Is Not a Product, It's a Process

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Jim Brikman
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A MVP is a trial-and-error process to be iterated: build your product incrementally

Identify the riskiest assumption, implement a small experiment to test assumption, and use the results to course correct. - Nearly half of startups fail because they wrongly assumed that there is market need - Test assumptions by offering products to real users quickly and going back to cutting board - The winner is the one who can find and resolve errors the fastest

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