In any software development project using modern methodologies, like Agile, an MVP validates the viability of the effort with a minimal outlay of resources. It serves as an insurance policy against wasting significant dollars and time on an initiative with little hope of success.
Cultures are based on a pattern of decisions the leadership team makes for the progress of the company. There is an interesting framework I learned about years ago that takes multiple altruistic acts every day to perfect - inevitably defining the culture of your company.
Overwhelming the problem is a management tactic that dates back to Julius Ceasar to force a positive result. It should be a decision in your tool belt to move your business in the right direction.
The recent deplatforming of the Parler social network by Amazon Web Services, Facebook, Apple, and Google raised a red flag for many organizations. Whatever one’s opinion on Parler or similar platforms, this high profile instance of big tech censorship brings light to the fact that the largest tech companies in the world hold the power to virtually erase other companies. Websites and mobile apps run the risk of essentially disappearing with the push of a button. Is this a proper role for Big Tech to play in the modern world?