Could those with an engineering or science training have an advantage when building a startup?
Founders and product managers who are able to question and validate their assumptions usually end up creating successful startups and products, especially in new spaces.
Is there a way to actually do better than follow the Lean startup method?
Very interesting read from Harvard Business Review. The scientific method could be an antidote to the “lock-in” bias – people fall in love with their ideas and cant see the problems or refuse to adapt. Having a scientific approach could counter that.
This is a must read for those who are startup founders or working on new ideas and products.
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