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The 3 Types of Innovation: Product, Process, & Business Model

by Salem Baer

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Communicating Vision & Progress

This is the 8th post in the Innovating Like a Startup blog series. Previous Post: What the MVP?

What the MVP? Breaking Down the Minimum Viable Product

This is the 7th post in the Innovating Like a Startup blog series. Previous Post: Building an Effective Project Team...

Building an Effective Project Team

This is the 6th post in our blog series, “Innovating Like a Startup (When You’re Not In a Startup.)” Previous...

Dates and Times in JavaScript

Ask any programmer how to handle dates properly in JavaScript (or most other languages) and you are likely to elicit...

Know Who to Pitch: Finding the Path to Funding

This is the 5 post in our blog series, “Innovating Like a Startup (When You’re Not In a Startup.)” Previous...

Be Honest About Your Blind Spots

Whether you’re a bootstrapping startup or a corporate entrepreneur running after a new initiative, new product innovation is inherently risky....

Pitch Like a Startup

This is the 4th post in our blog series, “Innovating Like a Startup (When You’re Not In a Startup.)” Previous...

Big Data: An Approach to Deep Analytics

Big Data works the same way humans do when we analyze something: We grab what we know, take some time...

Get Rid of Your Innovation Goals. Solve Problems Instead.

This is the 3rd post in our blog series,  Innovating Like a Startup (When You’re Not in a Startup.)   ...

10 Questions to Ask Before You Build Your MVP

This is the 4th post in our blog series, “Innovating Like a Startup (When You’re Not In a Startup.)” Previous...

We can all make JavaScript great

At SXSW 2017, David Woody and I spoke about making JavaScript “great again.” We want to call development and engineering...

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