1. A process characterized by early release of a product or idea, and gradual improvement over time in response to continuous feedback. 2. The founding principle behind beta testing and prototypes.
How building trust helps us take more risks, why being called "crazy" is really a compliment, and how to lead with possibility.
By Sarah Rapp
Why we should get creative with our business models, how fear can be a great motivator, and why we should be sprinters (not marathon runners).
Friction is perhaps the greatest frustration of any creative person, team, or entrepreneur. It wears us down everyday, and it's time to fight back!
By Scott Belsky
How do we help great ideas thrive? By understanding that we won't know the outcome until we explore.
It's time to get inspired about idea execution. Check our shortlist of great videos that get inside the brains of exceptionally productive creatives.
By Jocelyn K. Glei
What are the best practices for managing data to empower your business and your products? We get some great advice from LinkedIn's Chief Scientist DJ Patil.
You're not truly capitalizing on your success unless you're optimizing it. A look at how ongoing, incremental tweaks help good projects become GREAT.
Are you constantly going to battle with your Inner Critic? It doesn't have to be that way. Learn how to respect your Inner Critic, while still keeping him in line.
By Mark McGuinness
Small IS beautiful. We take a look at the unique advantages of small businesses, and provide some thoughts on how we can keep our creative edge.