MVP Discovery with LEGO
Many people struggle to discover the "Minimum Viable Product" and thus miss the chance to get to the market earlier and faster than the competition. Hindered by internal biases, misconceptions and false expectations products are built that contain many superfluous or secondary features instead of delivering the core value first.
In this workshop we will uncover the barriers that prevent finding and building a "Minimum Viable Product" as well as get a feeling for what is "good enough".
And we'll do this not by looking at slides or discussing - we'll go hands-on with LEGO!
Expect to be challenged, expect to be surprised, expect to be amazed. Expect to have a lot of fun! :)
Outline/structure of the Session
1. Workshop Introduction (2 min)
2. MVP Concept Introduction (5 min)
3. Building Iterations (25 min)
4. Reflection (10 min)
5. Closing (3 min)
Attendees will learn what "minimum viable" can really mean. They will feel the struggle to abstract and reduce the concept of a given product to the very core value. It will create a shared understanding of the concept of MVP and the value it will bring to the business. Also attendees will experience the value of using LEGO as a visualisation and learning device in product planning.
Product Owners, Developers
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