Posts Tagged ‘ startups ’

You Are One Pivot Away From Oblivion

Startup culture is rooted in principles of failing fast and often, and pivoting on to the next thing. And I absolutely understand the value of adaptation and evolution. But we forget that principles are not hard bound rules. And what works for startups does not necessarily work for their customers.

Startup-By-Numbers: Where Has The Creativity Gone?

I got into an interesting debate with a colleague a little while ago over lunch, about whether or not processes are relevant when organizations are starting out. The specific basis of this debate was a discussion around the business model canvas framework described in Business Model Generation, which I’ve been writing a lot about.