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The importance of good enough: "Greener Air"MVPs

Watch Alex Cowan talk about MVPs using the product example of Greener Air plant air filters.

In this video, Alex uses the example of Greener Air plant air filters to discuss creating MVPs (minimum viable products). Alex states: “It’s an important part of the modern product manager’s skill set to be able to test for value and make sure that you’re going to build something valuable before you go and actually build it.” When watching the video, did you have any other ideas for testing the value of the Greener Air product?

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