Why Products Fail?

The main reason products fail is because they don’t meet customer needs.

Dan Olsen in his book “The Lean Product Playbook” presents his very famous product-market fit pyramid.

Dan’s definition of product-market fit—which is consistent with his—is that you have built a product that creates significant customer value. This means that your product meets real customer needs and does so in a way that is better than the alternatives.

His process guides through each layer of the pyramid from the bottom up.

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Adobe’s Kickbox: The Kit To Launch Your Next Big Idea

Innovation is s difficult topic when we are discussing about it. Every manager top down want innovations, even sometimes not sure what it is and how it should looks like.

I was very interested when first time I found about Adobe Kickbox. Adobe managed to create program / framework that encourages and guides employees to innovate at work.

From my personal insight, this is useful for individual person too. You may go through framework in order to create your personal “startup”.

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Why does team reflection matter?

Coming together is a beginning, staying together is progress, and working together is success.

Henry Ford

One small thing is important after any of team event. This is a reflection. And we as a team did our reflection after our hackathon event. Why does team reflection so matter?

Using reflection to capture new knowledge or feelings after a project or task can help your team to continuously learn and improve.

The reflection is both an individual and collective activity. Team members generally reflect first as individuals, share those reflections with the group.

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