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Why choose Billable Viable Product (BVP) over Minimum Viable Product (MVP)

BVP helps you understand if your product is worth pursuing within a shorter span of time, unlike MVP, which makes you go back and forth with multiple feature modifications and changes without being sure if the customer will actually buy the product. The BVP model is undoubtedly the future for lean startup techniques.
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KPI - The New Leadership

One of the biggest concerns of so many team members from companies across the globe are unclear expectations and not knowing how they are measured.
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Digital Transformation: Become a Technology Powerhouse

Software is eating the world. As companies move forward, they must adjust their business practices by automating manual processes with intelligent software solutions.
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Why is it important to have a “single point of contact (SPoC)” on an IT project?

A single point of contact (SPoC) refers to a person or department that is designated to handle all request or inquiries coming from a client, program or project.
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10 Core Principles of Operational Excellence

In every business, there are key areas that need improvement. However, it can be challenging to identify those specific areas and to come up with the right plan for the desired outcome.
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75+ Inspirational Quotes on Customer Centricity

“Your most unhappy customers are your greatest source of learning” – Bill Gates (Founder, Microsoft)
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Kaizen, Kaikaku and Kakushin – what’s the difference?

In the world of Lean, there are three terminologies used in the domain of improvement: Kaizen, Kaikaku and Kakushin.
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What are differences between Lead Time, Circle Time, Reaction Time, Throughput Time and Takt Time?

Takt Time is the time between starting to work on one unit and starting the next. Cycle Time is the average time it takes to finish one unit. Lead Time is the total time it takes from receiving an order to delivering an item.
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What is 5 Whys (Five Whys)?

Five whys (or 5 whys) is an iterative interrogative technique used to explore the cause-and-effect relationships underlying a particular problem.
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Facts Chart: Why Do Software Projects Fail?

Reasons Why Software Projects Fail and How to Get it Right
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Difference between Kaizen and Innovation

The elemental difference between kaizen and innovation is in the way they are implemented and the results they are bringing to the company, even though both bring improvements in the company.
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What are the consequences of poor requirements with software development projects?

Poor software requirements can create further technical problems resulting in poor customer responsiveness, long delivery times, late deliveries, defects, ...
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