It’ll never be perfect but just know most of us “”need to get better at shutting things down and moving on to the next good idea.” Using prototypes and MVPs in the right way helps companies do just that.”
MVPs though should follow a cadence of progression aka a master plan with every subsequent revision adding to existing features (or in most cases unlocking them) so that the customers are always excited about the new features that are unveiled. An example of this would be Tesla’s online firmware updates that fix bugs and add existing features to the cars auto driving capabilities. Of course, sometime this would need hardware updates as in case of Tesla when it moved from AP0 to AP1 (Mobileye) to AP2 (NVidia) to AP3 (it’s own full self driving GPU chip). But in each instance, there was a magnitude upgrade to functions and features.
Numorpho Cybernetic Systems (NUMO)’s MANTHAN Design Innovation framework (check link in comment) facilitates such a progression and if correctly implemented will enable companies to retain customers and also have them be the advocate to market the company’s brand.NI+IN UCHIL Founder, CEO & Technical Evangelist