Dear Agility Scales co-owner,
It has been three months since my previous update. I needed that time to recover, financially and mentally, from the hectic period that went before. But also to consider various options and ideas I had for the future of the business.
As you probably know, the…
Dear shareholder and certificate holder,
It has been three months since I put our startup on hold. Sadly, Agility Scales was not able to achieve Product/Market fit before the end of our financial runway. A pivot was sorely needed, and the team was dissolved.
Eric Ries of the Lean Startup…
I keep thinking of this quote:
A complex system that works is invariably found to have evolved from a simple system that works. The inverse proposition also appears to be true: A complex system designed from scratch never works and cannot be made to work. …
We are looking for a Chief Operations Office (COO) with experience driving startup teams toward product/market fit and leading the internal…
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Our current crowdfunding round ends on March 31. We will take a break for two reasons.
The first reason is an organizational restructuring of…
It will happen this Summer.
July 20, 2019, is the day I will turn 50.
I have decided to celebrate this personal achievement by giving myself a birthday present that I have wanted for a very long time: a big trip through Canada. I am inviting some of…
It seems that the article about my new Innovation Vortex made quite a splash. Thousands of views, hundreds of claps, and dozens of compliments from people who agree with me that the Design Thinking and Lean Startup visualizations need some improvements.
However, there were also critics and haters.
Before I plant my feet firmly on some sensitive, long toes in the Design Thinking and Lean Startup communities, let me start on a positive note.
I love the ideas in Design Thinking and Lean Startup!