• Coaching

    Demonstrates Ethical Practices

    ICF recently released and updated competency model that will go into effect for credential applications in early 2021. In the new model, some competencies were re-shuffled and language clarified. What were 14 competencies that have now been [...]
  • Business knowledge

    Modern Product Management

    Product Management, from its early beginnings in the 1930s all through after World War II years, up to the late 1990s, was a slow and lengthy process. Even with the development of the technology industry, at that [...]
  • Business knowledge

    A Father – Scrum Master of the Family!

    “The greatest mark of a father is how he treats his children when no one is looking.” – Dan Pearce I am sure most of you have seen or heard this statement. This has a deeper meaning, isn’t [...]
  • In focus

    INTERVIEW Natasha Stojkovska

    We are working in a fast-paced world and world of new emerging trends, where the market and its players are changing on a daily basis. What are the challenges when working in this sector? Every industry and [...]
  • Events

    “Culture Impact” Conference

    On the weekend of December 14th and 15th, we had the opportunity to attend the first Culture Impact Conference held at the ICT Hub in Belgrade. This is the first conference in the region dedicated exclusively to [...]
In the Spotlight

There’s an MVP for That

This article was originally published on the Lean Startup Co. blog By Lean Startup Co. Education Program The Lean Startup is a methodology that helps increase our odds of success when working on a venture under conditions of extreme uncertainty. Through systematic, rapid experimentation, we attempt to validate our biggest assumptions before investing the significant time and effort it will take to bring our idea to life. The vehicles for these experiments are Minimum Viable Products or MVPs. With an MVP, we build just enough product to learn in-market whether our assumptions about how customers will respond to our venture are correct. Through this learning, we can make adjustments to improve our idea or decide to pivot to a different idea. While Lean Startup seems like common sense to most people (who doesn’t want to learn [...]
Business knowledge

Lean in Berlin

It has been a while since I was in Berlin, at the Lean Startup summit. In my first article, “A coach in Berlin“, I shared […]