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Born out of the startup movement in Silicon Valley, Minimum Viable Products (MVP’s) have quickly gained popularity, spreading to both small companies and larger enterprises across numerous industries, and understandably so — a 90% failure rate for new initiatives is too expensive for everyone involved. Historically, companies would often place large bets on untested new… Continue Reading

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The life and death survival instincts humans developed thousands of years ago are still an important factor today. Controlled by the oldest part of our brain, the amygdala (aka crocodile brain), these instincts play a nuanced role in determining how well we do in important conversations, especially sharing new ideas with people we don’t know. The croc brain… Continue Reading