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Eric Ries

Eric Ries is an American entrepreneur, blogger and author of The Lean Startup, a book on the lean startup movement.
years of life: 22 September 1978 present

Quotes

b5756847215has quoted2 years ago
a time, this “learning” consolation made me feel better, but my relief was short-lived. Here’s the question that bothered me most of all: if the goal of those months was to learn these important insights about customers, why did it take so long? How much of our effort contributed to the essential lessons we needed to learn? Could we have learned those lessons earlier if I hadn’t been so fo
b5756847215has quoted2 years ago
focused on making the product “better” by adding features and fixing bugs?
b5756847215has quoted2 years ago
Mark explained, “Traditionally, the product manager says, ‘I just want this.’ In response, the engineer says, ‘I’m going to build it.’ Instead, I try to push my team to first answer four questions:

1. Do consumers recognize that they have the problem you are trying to solve?

2. If there was a solution, would they buy it?

3. Would they buy it from us?

4. Can we build a solution for that problem?”

Impressions

Andri Adishared an impression2 years ago
💡Learnt A Lot
🎯Worthwhile
👍Worth reading

Great story about IMVU

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    👍Worth reading

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