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Why RAT is the best way to know the viability of a model or product

Riskiest Assumption Test (RAT) v.s minimum viable product (MVP)

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This post will look at two frequently used techniques to determine the viability of a business model or a product: The Minimum Viable Product or MVP and the Riskiest Assumption Test or RAT.




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