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A "minimal viable product (mvp)" Experiment! is currently under construction, as you can probably tell. We have lots more content to add and some sprucing up to do to make it look nicer.

I taught innovation and entrepreneurship classes at the University of Arizona for 20+ years. I'm posting the "best of" my class notes and handouts. Also, adding new material as I find it. Goal is to create a decent reference web site for innovators and entrepreneurs. Let me know what you think!

Consider what you're seeing now to be a "minimum viable product" (a common innovation and entrepreneurial term!)

More coming soon!

Jim Jindrick