Google’s Waymo risks repeating Silicon Valley’s most famous blunder

The parallels between Xerox’s business computer failure in the 1970’s to Google’s blundering Waymo project today.

Waymo has struggled to commercialise it’s technology and build a minimum viable product (MVP) that’s commercially viable from the start, like Xerox back in the day. Often the best way to get big is to start small. Keep reading full story on arstechnica here.

Analysis Paralysis…Innovators Move Fast

“Refining your idea too much in the early stages of testing is a trap. Uncertainty and risk is at its maximum when you start out. You can’t reduce uncertainty with analytical thinking, so don’t waste your time perfecting your idea. It’s really about getting out there, searching for evidence, and iterating.”
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