A Practitioner’s Reflections on Strategyzer’s new book

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Before we start

Let’s get started — TL;DR version

My inner experimentation nerd loves this book. Like a lot. Here’s why:

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The “Practitioner” in me (a management consultant that has to make this stick in the reality of large corporations) thinks the following deserves a little bit more attention

Shout out to “House of Lies” show about Management Consultant Marty (which life could not be further away from mine ;))
Shout out to “House of Lies” show about Management Consultant Marty (which life could not be further away from mine ;))
Shout out to “House of Lies” show about Management Consultant Marty (whose life BTW could not be further away from mine ;))

Too Short; Tell Me More — Part 1: My inner nerd

Love it reason #1: It is needed

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Here’s some of those books
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Love it reason #2: It’s “easy” yet “hardcore”

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Love it reason #3: It kills the term “MVP” (also kind of a shortcoming)

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I’ll end off this nerdy section with a quote from a conversation my team and I had with Eric Ries in December; “Launch should be the beginning of Product Development — not the very end”.

Too Short; Tell Me More — Part 2: The “practitioner” in me (the Management Consultant)

Is this a corporate plug-in or a reason to change everything?

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Experimentation is 60% generic 40% specific. This book only really covers the first part.

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Please nerd this topic with me in the comments or be clapping a little bit :)

Experimentation nerd — former founder of tech startup (failed) — now consultant at Implement Consulting Group https://goo.gl/cNQ851

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