Roger Norton shares his recipe for kickstarting and scaling a lean, efficiently iterated, startup.Tuck In
Passionate about technology and its potential to improve, Roger focuses on startups as a vehicle for innovation. Roger is co-founder and COO of Trixta as well as the startup studio, Playlogix, where he and his team built over 50 tech products in 5 years. Roger's 'Lean Iterator' framework is a validation process to help entrepreneurs know what to focus on and help investors make investment decisions. Roger wrote the book entitled Start Here on how to build a startup.
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1 - How Did You Formulate Your Approach To Scaling Startups?
2 - How Important Is Play To Starting And Growing Startups?
3 - What Is The Definition Of The Lean Process?
4 - How Did You Come Up With Your Own Lean Iteration Framework?
5 - What Are The Steps Of Lean Iteration?
6 - Why Should Entrepreneurs Be Obsessed With The Problem?
7 - What Is A Minimal Viable Product?
8 - Can You Share A Great Case Study That Highlights How The Iteration Process Works?
9 - How Can Entrepreneurs Get People To Use Their Product In The Beginning?
10 - How Does One Set A Price For A Product?
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Roger Norton is the heavyweight champion of building products, with over 50 in 5 years. In this recipe, Roger shares his recipe for kickstarting and scaling a lean, efficiently iterated, startup.
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