Developing a product is more about foresight and intuition as much as not going down the wrong alley. A great product requires as much detail orientation as dotting the i’s and crossing the t’s. Most product development efforts fail while turning the concept into a product by falling into one or more of the fundamental traps which can be avoidable if we can see the forest for the trees.
The Fundamental Principle of product development is to “Uncover the surprises as soon as possible”. Surprises lead to change, which is always better at the beginning of the development cycle than it is anytime later. The cost of making a change rises exponentially as time passes.
This whitepaper stresses on establishing the groundwork for product development in a principled manner. Download now to learn more about the specific pitfalls that undermine product development, and what we can do to mitigate them.