Product hypothesis validation tools

9 out of 10 startups fail. Over 70% of features are never or rarely used in a typical product or system. So what do we need to do to save company money and product teams time? The answer is simple - we should not be doing things that will be never used. But how can we understand what is really worth developing or investing and what is not?

At this workshop you will try to solve several real-world product development cases, and will learn several tools which you can use to validate features or products before starting the development process.

 
 

Outline/Structure of the Workshop

1. Solving a real-world case (tech startup). 35 min

2. Solving participants cases. 35 min

3. Product hypothesis validation tools (debrief) 20 min

Learning Outcome

You will learn several tools for quick product hypothesis validation.

Target Audience

Product Owners, Product Managers, CEO, Analytics, Developers

Prerequisites for Attendees

No special preparation required.

schedule Submitted 9 months ago

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  • Jeremy Kriegel
    By Jeremy Kriegel  ~  8 months ago
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    Thank you for submitting this workshop. I definitely like the idea of multiple exercises to approach the problem from different directions. However, this proposal is a bit vague on what techniques will be learned and how these sessions will be run. Can you provide some additional detail?

    • Alexey  Voronin
      By Alexey Voronin  ~  7 months ago
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      Participants will learn how to test ideas using Lean Startup cycle. And also they will learn how to use several validation techniques like: landing pages, "fake it, until you make it" realization etc.

      • Shiv Sivaguru
        By Shiv Sivaguru  ~  6 months ago
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        Alexey,

        Thanks for the response.

        It is still not clear how the session will be structured.

        If you jump into solving a real world case right in the beginning, how would the audience relate to any approaches or techniques that would be used?

        Would there be any context setting or warm up activity?

        When they take up their own situations, how will that work with a large group?

        would you also need facilitators to go around tables to guide?

        How many such teams / tables can be managed well, as the debrief time is 20 minutes?