One of my favorite texts is Kun, J., 2016. Habits of highly mathematical people. Since I read it, I always start almost any intellectual job by finding relevant and crafting workable definitions. So it was today. I began to write a go-to-market strategy and found that I don’t have an operational definition of what a product is and what the market is, and thus, I cannot produce what product-market fit would be and how we measure it.

And once you start to write and think over these terms, I discover that you don’t understand clearly what a scenario is and how to distinguish it from vision or counterfactual, for example. Short research produced several results, and this is a good one: Spaniol, M.J., Rowland, N.J., 2019. Defining scenario. FUTURES & FORESIGHT SCIENCE 1, e3.

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Alexander Turkhanov

Alexander Turkhanov

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Product and Program Management, Brownfield Digital Engineering of Software-Intensive Systems.