Things and ideas are alive; they come to life and die as humans do. Their lives are stories – some are straightforward and ordinary to the point of being boring, some are full of ups and downs, abrupt twists, and breathtaking moments. If we put aside romanticism and look behind …
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Constantly decreasing costs, no waste, minimum throughput time, maximum capacity, unlimited flexibility, and high customer satisfaction. Sounds too good to be true? But that’s what lean is all about. What is “lean”? Being able to progressively create “insanely great” products, as Steve Jobs would put it, and especially at the …
Every company has a vision which explains the impact the product will have on the world. It’s the product strategy that turns the vision into a roadmap.
Business model canvas lets you analyze product or service efficiency from different standpoints. Check out this guide on how to use this tool for your project
A product roadmap is a strategic plan that displays workflow and milestones of the pipeline. Learn the best practices to building product roadmaps and the tools you can use for that.
Jobs To Be Done is a product discovery technique that cultivates innovation by changing perspective from personas to jobs. Learn more about how Railsware uses the JTBD approach for product development and check out our real-life cases
The digital product delivers the value proposition to users through the digital interaction point. Find out the best practices of developing digital products
MVP is critically important to validate your product idea. This guide will teach you how to build MVP and what things to consider to avoid a failure.
What would the lean canvas examples of Google, Facebook, Amazon, Youtube, and Airbnb back in their bootstrapping days look? Check out our blog post to find this out.
Learn the most common MVP misconceptions to understand the true benefit of the minimum viable product.