Explaining Agile development can be a real challenge, especially if you try to communicate with people who are far from development methodologies at all. What are the easiest ways to explain Agile software development to non-techie customers? There are so many texts, experts’ articles, guides, tutorials and insightful cases about Agile, but where to start? I’ve tried to combine and highlight the most important points and topics that may be required during the explanation of Agile concept to non-techies. Let's dive in!
About a month ago, I ran a PMF survey by my ~800 users. The results I got -- 4 answers -- were, well, disappointing to say the least. I did the only thing I could think of: reached out to this community (https://growthhackers.com/questions/our-pmf-survey-got-4-answers-what-now) and privately to some of the biggest names I could think of (Sean Ellis, Morgan Brown, etc.). I can't believe all the valuable help I got from everyone. I decided to write the story in full, including the valuable tips I got from industry experts, into this article. Confused about the PMF survey? Unsure about whether or not you should run it now? Disappointed by results? This post should, hopefully, guide you a bit. Finally, once more, a MASSIVE thank you to everyone who took some of their time to help un-confuse me about the situation and give me an action plan. 🙌 This community 🙌
There are many different ways to launch a new product or service, from a stealth launch, to a big product launch, to not launching at all. These are the best articles on how launch a new product or startup. From how to get pre-launch PR, to pre-launch invite and referral tactics, to how to successfully launch a new product, to the best growth hacks when launching a product, you'll find plenty ideas to help launch your product.
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