Deriving business case for a Product development ( using Agile Innovation Game )

In this session participants will learn how to 'derive a business case for a product' using simple method aka AGILE GAME (also known as Innovation Games, Gamestorming )

Agile innovation games are one of the most effective way to solve a business problem or derive a solution. (For detail refer: www.innovationgames.com)  Participants will play Hot Air Balloon game to 'derive a business case for a product'. This game can help  -

  • Derive a Business Case
  • Identify Constraints & the path to solution.
  • Get multiple stakeholders on the same page
  • Identify RAIDS upfront
  • Plan to mitigate risk early in the cycle
 
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Outline/structure of the Session

We will play Hot Air balloon game for 45 to 60 Min

  • Introduction to the game - 10 Min
  • Game play for round 1 (ideating)   - 15 Min
  • Listing the ideas - 5 Min
  • Game play round 2 (ideating & Prioritization) - 15 Min
  • Debriefing- 10 Min

Learning Outcome

Participants will learn using simple yet very effective fun way of agile game to use at work. Hot Air Balloon Game can be use for - 

  • Fathom insight into business
  • Make your business solution process effective
  • Inculcate collective decision making within the Organization
  • Easier approach to complex problems
  • Catalyse team spirit

Target Audience

Software Professionals, Product Manager, Program Manager, Product Owners, Program Sponsors, Software Team

schedule Submitted 4 years ago

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  • AgileSattva Consulting LLP
    By AgileSattva Consulting LLP  ~  1 year ago
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    Hi Priyank,

     Like the idea! Would you pick an idea and let the group ideate and vision the product ? Will it be idea of the choice of the group? Would be interesting to know that!

    Deepak!

  • Ayush Gaur
    By Ayush Gaur  ~  4 years ago
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    "Agile Innovation Game"- not sure who coined this word, I've heard of Luke Hohmann's Innovation Games and may be the proposal author is trying to refer to the latter. Anyways, the URL given in the proposal is incorrect "www.innovationgame.com", it is innovationgames.com and not innovationgame.com ('s' is missing" above). Also, the author didn't care to check spellings and sentence formation in the proposal, so not sure if he is really serious towards presenting it in the conference. Sample below:

    "Participants will play Hot Air Balloon game for a sample use -derive a business case for a product, and will learn and can use the game for inception, which can help - "

    "Participants will learn using simple yet very effective fun way of agile game to use at your work. Hot Air Balloon Game can be use for - "

    "Debriding - 10 mins"

    "Fathom insight into business"

     

     

     

    • Ayush Gaur
      By Ayush Gaur  ~  4 years ago
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      Is there a way to take back the vote as I did click on it accidently. BTW, I don't want to sound disrespectful to the proposal author here.

      • Priyank
        By Priyank  ~  4 years ago
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        ·         Appreciate your comments. Please feel free to share any comments on subject too (if any).  I have done the changes in formation for this proposal as per your comments.

         

        ·         You can simply click on the ‘Like’ button again to take back your vote. (I hope this will work else reach admin )