Isn't a 'Minimal Viable Product' Kinda Lame?

Launching Tech Ventures

by Charlotte Jepps Forgive me for being biased by the fact Im currently wrestling with distilling what I think is a great idea down into a minimal viable form, but I cant help but find this concept inherently frustrating.

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Interpretation Please!

Taffy Williams

Always working with a demanding boss that underpays you is not a motivational experience. A poor attitude toward the team evolves over time and can eventually creep into the way you behave with your potential partners. Approaching partners with a “hand full of give me” and offering nothing in return does not lead to a great relationship. You need your business partners just as you need your team. personnel entrepreneur Startup partner management

It Takes Longer and Costs More

Taffy Williams

Now you are preparing to present the business strategy to raise capital or find a partner for the technology. Likewise, negotiating with potential partners goes better when there is adequate cash on hand. Well-informed people will find out when you will run out of money and drag out the negotiations until you have to give in to their demands. Other articles can be found in the Charlotte, NC- small business section of

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Bring something to the party when working with others

Taffy Williams

You want to develop a business relationship with a potential partner, investor, or strategic interest. Your previous boss demanded exceptional work from you, but never recognized your contributions. Other articles are in the Charlotte, NC- small business section of

Why a 50/50 Split is Almost Never Right for Co-Founders by @DaveParkerSEA

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The Untold Story of Larry Page's Incredible Comeback

Inc Startups

The engineers demanded an explanation. He was a partner to Page, if, ultimately, a junior one. As Steven Levy reported, John Doerr, the partner from Kleiner Perkins, told Page that a world-class CEO would do a "much better job of building a world-class management team."