Seeking Truth through Minimum Viable Stuff
In Eric Ries’ book, The Lean Startup, we became familiar with the term Minimum Viable Product. At POPin, we like to focus on a similar concept.
We call it Minimum Viable Stuff. This approach focuses not only on product and testing through small sample groups, but it combines that product with processes, people, and trust.
How can your company be successful when people are scared to give leaders the truth? How can you make them feel safe? This is at the foundation of MVS and POPin. If you build trust, you can get to the truth faster.
Read this four-page paper to find out how to make people feel safe enough to share the truth with you.