Today we are thrilled to announce that Ludvig Linge joins us as an advisor.
He co-founded The Astonishing Tribe (TAT) which was acquired by Research in Motion (Blackberry) at a valuation of 92M EUR in 2012.
We’ve always admired him as one of the most influential entrepreneurs in Sweden since we got to know and work with him at TAT.
We believe that adding Ludvig as an advisor for Radikal.Studio will take us to a whole new level, enabling us to achieve our ambition to build new ventures that radically improve people’s quality of life. …
Have you ever wondered what it takes to become a highly successful entrepreneur or a highly successful football player? In addition to domain expertise, grit, dedication and hard work, are there any additional traits in play? And if so, would it be possible to measure and predict a person’s performance for complex tasks like these more accurately?
To accomplish complex tasks like these a person needs to be able to navigate the task, to quickly process new information and to be able to change their behaviour when the situation unfolds in unexpected ways. So a prerequisite to be able to succeed with these complex tasks must somehow be associated with the person’s cognitive capacity. These cognitive processes, also known as executive functions, have been studied for decades but mostly assessed for clinical states where executive functions are worsened as a result of a medical condition. …
We help Digital Health startups turn their ideas into products people love, with our battle-tested product design & development methodologies.
Many entrepreneurs know that a brilliant idea solves a real and big problem.
However, what they might not know is how to validate the idea by confirming it does indeed solve the right problem in the right way on a sufficiently large scale (a.k.a. Product/market fit).
In fact, most startups fail due to ‘No market need’.
Many people also acknowledge that ideas are ‘worthless’ without strong execution, which is a typical challenge for startups founded by non-tech savvy entrepreneurs (e.g …