The Seven Deadly Sins of Product Development

In this episode, we caught up with Travis Jacobs who is the founder of JA Simulations to discuss the seven deadly sins of product development and the pitfalls to avoid when designing & developing products.

The Truth is we can't afford to release bad products to the market, competition is fierce, and innovation is everywhere. Long design cycles are a thing of the past, customers want innovation & have a low tolerance for bad products.

Here is a preview of the most common pitfalls

-The Pregnant Woman Theory
-Champagne On A Beer Budget
-Good, Fast, Cheap ... Pick Any Two

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You can read the article in its entirety here (over one million views):

https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/7-deadly-sins-product-development-travis-m-jacobs/

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