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The 20th Anniversary of the Minimum Viable Product: What Happened?

DevelopmentCorporate

Steve Blank expanded on it in 2005 with the Customer Development Methodology. The Minimal Viable Product (MVP) celebrates its 20th anniversary in 2021. The concept was introduced by Frank Robinson in 2001. In 2011 Eric Reis popularized the MVP concept in his book The Lean Startup.

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How Veeam Grew its Online Community to the Company’s Top Strength According to Gartner

Gainsight

Veeam, a modern data protection solution founded in 2005, is proof that both the immediate and ongoing benefits of peer-to-peer community engagement are critical for today’s organizations. Of course, online community grows exponentially in value over time, but there are immediate benefits that can’t be ignored.

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Product Managers Guide to API Developer Portal UX

The Product Coalition

Compass for new product managers for how to build an API developer portal | Photo by Ali Kazal on Unsplash With APIs-as-a-Product on a rocketship since 2005, there are many elements that product managers need to master in their Developer persona user experience (Dx) to win and protect their business.

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How Netflix Built an Innovative Culture by Gibson Biddle

Mind the Product

I started at Netflix in 2005 and in 2010, went to my next startup, Chegg. While most companies add process and rules as they grow, culture helps employees to make great decisions without talking to one another. If executed well, culture is an antidote to talent-sucking, mind-numbing rules and process.

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How Netflix’s Customer Obsession Created a Customer Obsession

Nir Eyal

In 2005, as I joined Netflix as VP of Product, I asked Reed Hastings, the CEO, what he hoped his legacy would be. Nir’s Note: This guest post is by Gibson Biddle, former VP at Netflix and CPO at Chegg. Gibson is speaking at the Habit Summit in San Francisco on April 11th. His answer: “Consumer science.” […].

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Building Consumer-Grade Experiences for the Enterprise By Ciara Peter

Mind the Product

In the early stages pre-2005 it was a one time sale. How companies approach growth, user experience and engagement can vary depending on their core audience, especially for companies with a similar core product. The way enterprise software is sold has changed over the years. Now software is sold into the life of the business.

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Upcoming Speaking Engagements

Bain Public

FITC Winnipeg 2006, Canada FITC Toronto 2006, Canada FITC Toronto 2005, Canada Flash Forward 2005, New York, U.S. Flash Forward 2005, San Francisco, U.S. FITC Toronto 2008, Canada FITC Toronto 2007, Canada Flash Belt 2007, Minneapolis, U.S. Flash Forward 2007, Boston, U.S.