I am a founder-entrepreneur — most of my time alive I failed with entrepreneurial ideas. I would love to write collaboratively with other great minds.
Congrats on writing down a material version of what to do, with sort of baby step examples; which seem to be real solid advices on how to iterate from vague to something that be materialized.
My contribution to the topic will focus on the structure of our digital networks. I will look at how the hypothesis where our digital-social environment may be favoring a certain kind of communication.
This document is being updated. Please see the versions section at the end.
This initiative may correlate with the wider discussion after Marc Andreessen’s article It’s Time to Build.
Andreessen Horowitz. (2020). It’s time to build. Retrieved from https://a16z.com/2020/04/18/its-time-to-build/
Fascinating this relationship in the environment that you are part of, this place where you can be such special protagonist. Looking at this situation makes me see that Intuit is an environment that nurtures creativeness. The allowance for learning on the job, while delivering, specially for a heavily used application; is an allowance that comes when…
It seems that feature experiments, such as killing (a natural outcome of experimentation and validation) is a measure of progress too. I understand your point that best ideas are the winners but nevertheless there seems to be a correlation of progress with the prior activity that generated best outcomes. If this is true, then one would argue that the…
For a project like Mozilla this would be a great outcome (from the point of view of Andy Grove that once the report is done the report itself is not the main objective — it’s the work of doing the report that matters.) So it depends, really, what outcome one want and if one knows. It seems for me that these gentlements tried to articulate that it’s…
Interesting — and slightly dangerous for the scroller-reader — many entrepreneurs out there. I say this because the word “version” is a word that has a strong meaning specially for programmers — and implies the idea of linearity or growth. Maybe that concept can be applicable at a later stage but then should we call that an MVP?