This is the last article of a series on innovation. Here’s the list of my previous articles on the topic in case you missed or want to reread:
Now that you read or reread my previous articles on innovation, let’s move to the last article of the series.
Once you discovered a problem of a group of people, got to the bottom of it, of its context and the motivations that people have to solve this problem, you analyze the opportunity in details. You evaluate if it is worth to develop the software product. You evaluate how to cover the costs of the development and the operation. And then you go for it.
There’s an enormous amount of books that talk about the subject and, if I would approach the subject in this book, it would probably double its size. That’s why I prefer recommending some book references that I find interesting on this matter. Moreover, software product development has been a much explored topic in several articles, talks and books about startups. In a way, startup and software product development can be considered synonyms.
And here is the list:
Good reading, good product development and brace yourself for the next stage: growth (or the abyss!), our next subject.
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