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READ it because in this post, Brian Donohue, Group Product Manager at Intercom talks about why a 6-week cycle is the best timeframe for product development and how it can help to keep your product team on track.
READ it because in this post, Tren Griffin shares 12 key elements os your journey to product-market fit. He argues startups should start with the product and try to find the market, as opposed to starting with the market to find the product. I personally don’t 100% agree with that. I’d like to start with the market, validate its demand and customers before I build anything. How about you? Reply and let me know.
READ it because in this post, Hiten Shah shares 3 most common assumptions that a lot of people make as soon as they think they know what they’re building. It’s full of product development nuggets. My favorites are testing your riskiest assumptions and prototyping with your customers.
READ it because in this post, Marty Cagan from the Silicon Valley Product Group talks about the importance of focusing on value creation. He argues if value is there, then people are motivated to figure out how to get get done what they need to.
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