Entrepreneurship is a lot like video game development, especially when you’re a service provider.
You have a player base (clients), that you have to make happy with regular content updates (projects). And if they’re not happy with the work you’re doing, they’re very vocal about making sure you hear it.
In order to make money and to have happy customers, you need to produce content (results, which vary depending on what service you provide).
As it turns out, one company in New Zealand identified one of the primary constraints that were keeping them from releasing timely content, and it’s a constraint that is also hampering tons of small business owners and entrepreneurs who are in radically different fields of work.
This week on Incremental Progress, we dive deep into what we can learn about business from a group of Kiwi game developers.