In my experience, there are plenty of innovation and startup teams that feel stuck. Despite using lean startup tools, they feel like they are running around in circles and making no progress. It seems as though they have forgotten why they started using lean startup methods in the first place. They have run a few experiments and they have learned a lot. But somehow, all these lessons learned are not really helping them make decisions. They struggle to articulate clear answers to questions like: where are we right now and what do  . . .
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