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- How I Collect Ideas and Resources Every Day
- How to come up with good business ideas
- So long MVP. Hello Minimum Loveable Product. — The Happy Startup School — Medium
- How To Brainstorm Like A Googler
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Episode 413: Sam Parr (https://twitter.com/theSamParr) and Shaan Puri (https://twitter.com/ShaanVP) talk with Anand Sanwal (https://twitter.com/asanwal) CEO ...
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Your company might be eager to innovate, but you'll want to have a strategy in place to govern the prioritization of ideas - and avoid chasing shiny objects.
It's been said that ideas don't matter, execution does. I wholeheartedly disagree. You need both to succeed, but you can only get so good at execution....
This is the deceptively simple, three-step process Google uses to come up with its most innovative ideas.
I hope you’ll be inspired by the potential of this business model and see an opportunity for something you can build in your preferred industry.
As an innovator & entrepreneur your #1 task is to reduce the risk and uncertainty of new business ideas before you invest big and scale. In this post we outline one of the several big ideas we’ve developed in a project on innovation metrics with three large multinational companies and an SME.
Good ideas and resources come and go randomly. Here's an easy process to save the best ones.
«If you don't have an ongoing project or agenda, you can block 30 minutes weekly to casually browse what you've saved to date.»
Too many people get hung up waiting for the right idea to start a business I reckon. But especially if you're just starting out in indie hacking/busines...
I’ve been searching for new startup ideas and problem areas to tackle. It’s quite difficult to do, especially when you begin adding constraints to the criteria such as “Am I excited about this problem…
If businesses are subject to Aggregation Theory, then so are ideas: this is the root of the “The Current Thing” meme, and it should drive a re-evaluation of how we think about moderatin…
Maven co-founder Gagan Biyani shares advice on starting a company — from generating and validating ideas, to exploring business models and finding co-founders.
In a new book called The Voltage Effect, the economist John List — who has already revolutionized how his profession does research — is trying to start a scaling revolution. In this installment of the…
They're pretty lucrative.
Disciplined, rigorous testing of ideas and strategies is fundamental to innovation, but businesses are often held back by misconceptions.
Tactics on how to get your digital ideas to market sooner, but still deliver a product that users fall in love with
Creativity isn’t just for artists. Creative thinking—and especially, creative ideas—drive business and professional innovation in every field. Whether it’s a potential topic for a single blog post or…
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