Peter Thiel Is Wrong About Lean Startups

“The purpose of customer development is to inform your vision, so you’re not building blind. If nothing else, this makes you much more likely to build something people want. But instead of dissecting this concept, Thiel writes the whole process off as a ‘focus group.'”

1 thought on “Peter Thiel Is Wrong About Lean Startups”

  1. Peter values $ development more than character development. As if business is only about IPO’s. Why else would a libertarian paternalist get chased out of Berkley? They just sense something is bogus on his floating island of creepy sovereignty. “Paypalintir mafia”.


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