Transformation from MVP(Minimum Viable Product) to a MVC(Most Lovable cyce)

This is the case study of a team of enthusiastic agilists, who dared to think that they can when the customer himself was doubtful on the feasibility of the project.

In fact, our company won the deal due to the team’s quick action in building a “Proof of Concept” within 2 days to prove to the customer that the idea can be realized.

The customer had the goal of building a Decision support system for their Sales cycle : To build a system that increases data transparency resulting in an increase in RoI by 20%. The details of the requirements where not clear in the mind of the customer. This is a success story of a team which helped the customer in evolution of their requirements and realizing this application which is now being used in 140+ countries and helped the customer save $10 million in their budgeted cost and also support 84,663 partners across the globe! The team will share the best practices they used in forming a high performing and self-organizing team along with the Delivery pipeline visualization principles which helped them achieve this feat which resulted in thundering accolades from customer and great appreciation!


Outline/Structure of the Case Study

- Context Setting with Customer Challenges

- Explain the Solution Building Process we followed

- Concept of Most Lovable Cycle

- Engineering Insights which helped Rapid development

- Orchestration of Delivery Pipeline

- Outcome and Customer Accolades

Learning Outcome

Key take away for the audience will be as listed below:

  • Understand the Challenges in Scaling Agile for Large teams
  • How to implement Kaizen for culture transformation
  • Proactive techniques for sensing and responding to Customer pulse and employee pulse
  • 5 C model to turn around MVP(Most Viable Product) to MLC(Most Lovable cycle)
  • Importance of eliminating “Data silos” in Tools for Devops through Engineering Insights
  • Best Practices for Predictability, sustainability and Scalability of Agility
  • Defining change catalysts “on the Go”
  • Applying Continuous learning patterns and Visual Radiators

Target Audience

Scrum masters, delivery leaders and agile coaches

Prerequisites for Attendees

Agile Scrum terminologies in general

Appreciation of SDLC models and their advantages


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