I recently had the pleasure of writing an article for the Harvard Business Review on ways large companies can be just as innovative as the nimble startups. Established firms can launch MVPs just like a lean startup; they just need to know the tricks and tools of the trade.
Read more about my 4 Tips for launching minimum viable products inside these big enterprise companies here, or get The Enterprise Guide To Launching MVPs below.
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