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How to Pilot Your Minimum Viable Product

Things will break and customers will get mad, but that’s all part of the process

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HHere’s the catch-22 about experimentation: It kills your revenue, your customer reputation, your employee morale, and your business rhythm. But if you don’t experiment, all those things will wither and die anyway.




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