Academy Executive Director writes in The Irish Times on lean development and “why prototypes kill hubris”

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After the dotcom bust, entrepreneurs came to realise the untested hunch was no longer adequate. Read the full story in The Irish Times at http://www.irishtimes.com/business/what-start-ups-need-is-proof-not-passion-1.1949565 By Johnny Ryan, The Irish Times, 3 October 2014. In 1999, the start-up Webvan launched in the US with the intention of becoming the grocery service for online shoppers. It climbed to a multibillion dollar valuation …

David NevinAcademy Executive Director writes in The Irish Times on lean development and “why prototypes kill hubris”