One of the worst things you can do is to try and make important decisions when you’re under great stress. While it can sometimes be necessary, the chances that you get it right are rather slim. The best way to mitigate the risk of ending in that situation is to always have a contingency plan;… Continue reading The crisis plan
When trying to understand a problem, it's potential solutions and what you should build in the end, it is so easy to loose the big picture of what you're doing and how that translates down to experiment by experiment that moves your product closer to something desirable. But it doesn't have to be that way.… Continue reading Roadmap of experiments
Everybody loves to hate the Excel-sheet. The model that shows the necessary cuts to costs. The model that shows the hockeystick blowing into the sky. Any model, really. But don't blame Excel. Blame the complexity of the world instead. Why? Because - newsflash - the world is a super complicated space, where nothing can be… Continue reading Don’t shoot the Excel-guy
One of the keys to efficiency is to have a great box of tools fit for the task(s) at hand. For the same reason we're constantly working to put the best toolbox at InQvation Studio together. We already have some sharp tools in the box - Trello for overview, Mural for ideation, Lean Stack for… Continue reading What is a great tool?