The Enterprise MVP

posted on in mvp , project management

A common term you may hear in the software industry is „MVP”. It’s supposed to be the minimum viable product - the smallest possible unit of software that does something useful. Setting aside the situations where the MVP fails to prove its viability, a common failure mode is the MVP not being minimal. I’d like to discuss several ways the “M” can get left out of the equation.

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