There's an interesting discussion going on in Craft's Slack Community. Thread. The gist: In his podcast with Metamuse, CEO and Founder Balint talks about Craft being primarily a tool for thought. A real tool for thought must remove all friction for users to dump thoughts easily anywhere … knowing that they
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Customer Development & Lean Startup in B2B
I smashed through Getting to Plan B: Breaking Through to a Better Business Model. Below are my notes. The ProcessFind suitable analogs and antilogs, identify leaps of faith time and again, and build a dashboard with metrics to guide your journey and keep track of the results of your hypothesis
One thing that pains me at work is when people perceive me to overthink. I don’t agree that I do 🤪 What I try to do is articulate decision criteria, product principles, and similar things, not for mental masturbation, but in order to make one generic decision that makes
In Julia Cameron’s book The Right to Write, she says, When we are just the vehicle, the storyteller and not the point of the story, we often write very well—we certainly write more easily. This is true. I’m coming to see a big part of
To address this, I started by asking a Product Owner colleague of mine at Giant Swarm, “How is doing product here different from doing product in your previous company?” The answer: Omg I don’t think there’s one thing that is the same 😂 I’ll start
In this post, I want to make two arguments: Usage is positively correlated with Real Value.To measure if the user is getting Real Value from your product, it’s good enough to measure if the user Is Using your or Is Getting Nominal Value from your product. 1-Generic Metrics