Getting to MV(r)P - Getting to the Minimum Validated RIGHT Problem (or making sure you're solving the right thing)
Outline/Structure of the Workshop
Over the course of 90 minutes I'll be running an interactive session where I'll introduce, model and then lead participants in working through each of the techniques.
1. What is MV(R)P and where did it come from?
2. Exploring my end-to-end design-thinking; lean experimentation; agile delivery; lean change process
3. Creating a problem together - 'designing problems' techniques
4. Exploring GOLEAN - Lean start-up process to assess goals, environmental conditions for experimenting, analysis, what's next
5. Establishing a validation plan
6. Running a Lean Sprint
7. Developing an Experiment report
In this workshop, I'll be exploring a multitude of tools and techniques to enable better process in creating MVPs. I'll help participants uncover some of the real impediments to why MVPs sometimes/often don't achieve their goals and outline strategies to increase success.
People working at the enterprise level
Prerequisites for Attendees
Ideally think about reasons MVPs haven't always hit the mark, what are the triggers, pain points; where's the waste and opportunities for improvement?
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