In reading about the Lean Startup Methodology, the first sentence struck me as a little odd. It discusses providing a scientific approach to creating and managing startups. I never really thought of creating a startup as scientific, but here I am reading about a scientific approach to all things startup related – and it actually… Continue reading The science in startup
By Meg Dedyne The Tow-Knight Center For Entrepreneurial Journalism article was not the most interesting article I have ever read. However, the information it provided was extremely helpful and beneficial to anyone starting a business in the media landscape. I really liked how the article first broke up the different aspects we all have to… Continue reading The work of entrepreneurs never ends
By Meg Dedyne As I was reading The PMARCA Guide to Startups, I first saw Marc Andreessen’s title: Why not to do a startup. Okay, I thought, I’m hooked. And he actually starts his article (after the intro) talking about the great aspects of startups. Okay, I thought, there is some positivity. Much to my… Continue reading Not sure if a startup is for you? Look closer
By Meg Dedyne My first praise of the Nieman Reports article is for the pull quote saying that successful companies will realize the jobs people do everyday and create products that can do those jobs or at least make them easier. If companies do this, then people will start to pull their product into their daily… Continue reading What are we really selling?