• Liked Amy Jo Kim
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    Getting2Alpha: Build your MVP faster and smarter with Game Thinking

    Amy Jo Kim
    Amy Jo Kim
    schedule 1 year ago
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    480 mins
    Workshop
    Intermediate

    Do you have a hot idea and a burning desire to build it? Do you want to unlock the secrets of Game Thinking, and turn your product vision into a simple, engaging, high-learning MVP (minimum viable product)? 

    In this fast-paced design workshop, you will learn how to use Game Thinking to build a product that people love - and come back to, again and again. Get ready to:

    • Find out who your Early Customers REALLY are --> and work with them to set yourself up for mass-market success
    • Apply insights, techniques and advice from breakthrough games to create a deeply-engaging product experience
    • Turbo-charge your product design and development with expert instruction and time-saving tools
    • Make real progress on your product design and strategy during this lively day-long session

    If you're a product owner, leader, manager, designer, researcher, or builder, this workshop is for you. You'll learn actionable techniques that you can use right away to accelerate your progress -- and you'll discover why simple gamification usually fails, and what to use INSTEAD for creating a truly engaging experience.

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    Creating awesome value proposition using Value Proposiiton Canvas

    Tathagat Varma
    Tathagat Varma
    schedule 1 year ago
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    45 mins
    Workshop
    Intermediate

    Most new products and startups fail. The don't fail because the idea is fundamentally bad, or their talent isn't good enough, or they don't have enough funds or resources, but because of essentially prematurely scaling - i.e., without validating the hypothesis adequately, building a cost structure that is not sustainable over long run.

    Customer Development model is the systematic way to discover and validate customers and build a company. Applying the principles of Lean Startups, one can go about validating the business model canvas before running out of money. However, when it comes to value proposition design, there is often a serious misalignment between what customers really want and how we create value for them.

    In this workshop, we will learn how to use Value Proposition Canvas to sketch out and understand those relations better, and make more intelligent hypotheses, that hopefully lead to more successful products and services.

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