“If you are not embarrassed by the first version of your product, you’ve launched too late.”
– Reid Hoffman, Founder, LinkedIn
Here’s the scenario: You started with a great idea, partnered with an excellent tech founder, and got $1M in funding so you could get the first release out the door. Part of your new-found funding went to hiring 3 Engineers. As the weeks of product development pass, you review the usability, demo it for prospects, and get feedback on how to make it better. The Engineers are working long hours to complete the first useful release for beta. When you review the usability with the Advisory Board or prospects, you get lots and lots of feedback about what works and what doesn’t, and you’re making changes—often daily.… Read the restContinue reading «When is "good enough" the right product decision?»The post When is “good enough” the right product decision? appeared first on GoGrid Blog.
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