When you meet startups and VCs these days, there’s usually a lot of verbiage spent on defining stage (pre-seed, seed, post-seed, pre-A, Early A, A, Late A, B, C…) As a venture eco-system, we continue to struggle with this.
The belief that products should always be as easy to use as possible is a sacred cow of the tech world.
Before Lakshmi Balachandra entered academia, she spent a few years working for two venture capital firms, where she routinely witnessed a phenomenon that mystified her.
Mentorship comes in many flavors. It doesn’t always work unless leaders bear in mind a few common principles.
Stop focusing on gaps in the market—they don’t matter. Look instead at your own strengths.
Before you embark on your next reorganization designed to “break down silos” you might want to think about how informal relationships develop within your enterprise.
There’s 5 things I believe that you must have before starting any business.
The diffusion of innovation is the process by which new products are adopted (or not) by their intended audiences.
How is it we become better at thinking? How is is we learn to make better decisions? And if we can’t make better decisions how is it we learn to avoid stupidity.
There are many reasons to found a startup. There are many reasons to work at a startup. But there’s only one reason your company got funded — liquidity.
And why “just asking customers” isn’t enough.
Gathering real-world feedback from customers is a core concept of Customer Development as well as the Lean Startup.
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