You will continue to receive all manner of ‘all important ideas’ regarding how to improve your product. Some come from others, some from you (at 3am). Your plan (the thumbtacks and the string, together) lets you evaluate whether they’re able to be considered at this time or not.
Ann Arbor SPARK hosts a monthly series, Starting Your Own New Business. The day-long seminar includes presenters on finance, accounting, marketing, product development, and other topics related to launching one’s own business. Below, is the high-level presentation for Friday, March 19, 2010. This high-level presentation discusses: Do you have what it takes…to be an entrepreneur Key topics important for successfully moving the Idea for a product, through development, and ensuring…
The key to success is clear: Smooth, rapid, delivery of a product demands effective, clear, and complete communication between all involved parties. It is better to risk over-communicating than the alternative. And, only through frequent communication can teams hope to adapt to change (they need to know about it).
Maybe we should call these Software Anthropology meetings.
One thing I learned early on in my career is (when providing a ‘solution’) to avoid breaking your solution pricing apart. I’ll just touch on two basic reasons in today’s post.
This high-level presentation discusses what are perhaps the most key topics important for successfully moving the Idea for a product, through development, and ensuring it survives to reach fruition. The target audience is new entrepreneurs considering business for themselves.