Problem Space, Solution Space

Problem Space
The Problem Space is the problem and everything associated with the problem, including such things as the history of the problem, the stakeholders (those who benefit from the problem, thos who unknowingly contribute to the problem, and those who feel the problem most deeply, as pain. People experience the pra term that people use in personal, family, and professional contexts to describe a problem.

Solution Space
The Solution Space, in contrast, constitutes the world of products, services, and policies that have been produced to address a particular problem.

Key Concepts: Invention; Growth Mindset; Venture Design; Design Thinking; Believing; Customer Discovery


Defining The Problem Space and writing a problem definition is the first step taken to solve a problem.

Venture Design, Design Thinking, Customer Discovery–these are different ways of talking about Customer Discovery and methods for navigating the problem space in order to develop solutions that matter. In general, these approaches to entrepreneurship and lean development assume creators should set aside their own presumptions about best solutions and endeavor to

Recommended Resources

Source: Product Management for Startups by Dan Olsen, https://www.slideshare.net/dan_o/product-management-for-startups-by-dan-olsen