As an innovator or developer of a new product, creating a Minimum Viable Product (MVP) is an important—and often necessary—step in the process. After all, you want to get your amazing invention into the hands of people who need it as quickly and efficiently as possible.
Every innovator has asked themselves this age-old question: what comes first, creativity or innovation? Do we need to be creative to innovate? Or is innovation a result of being creative? Why should we care about understanding the difference between these two concepts?