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  • Seeking General Questions: A Forum MVP

    No, not "Most Valuable Player." MVP in this case stands for "Minimal Viable Product. It comes from the book The Lean Startup by Eric Ries. It is his entrepreneurial form of Lean.The idea is to get the bare essence of your idea or product out to the public and then started iterating as r...

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  • Consider Onions or Round Trip for an MVP

    I’m teaching a Product Owner workshop this week, and I had an insight about a Minimum Viable Product. AN MVP has to fulfill these criteria: Minimum means it’s the smallest chunk of value that allows us to build, measure, and learn. (Yes, Eric Ries’ loop) Viable means the actors/...

    Tags: MPD, product ownership, agile, MVE, MVP, project management, value

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  • Upgrade from a Pilot to a Prototype – Now!

    It could be about semantics. Or not. A pilot is not a prototype. It is my strong belief that innovation success derives from prototype initiatives that are carefully planned, properly funded or staffed, and supported from beginning to end by senior executives seeking breakthrough bounties. Ori...

    Tags: innovation, innovation excellence, Design, Processes & Tools, Product Innovation, minimum viable product, MVP, pilot, Prototype

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  • An Easy Way to Make Minimum Viable Product (MVP) Totally Not Viable

    The classic viral MVP cartoon from Henrik Kniberg (https://blog.crisp.se/2016/01/25/henrikkniberg/making-sense-of-mvp)5 minute read The Minimum Viable Product (MVP) concept has taken off over the past few years, and indeed, its heart is in the right place. MVP encourages product managers to sc...

    Tags: Competitiveness, Innovation, Management, Quality, Socio-Technical Systems, Technology Management, Uncategorized, minimum viable product, MVP, product development, product management, software

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  • Quality Culture: Getting it right the first time

    Dan Blacharski looks at Four Components of a Quality Culture, the differences between popular management theories, and why Quality Culture and MVP are not too far apart. Original: http://innovationexcellence.com/blog/2017/06/13/quality-culture-getting-it-right-the-first-time/ By: Dan Blacharsk...

    Tags: innovation, innovation excellence, Culture & Values, Leadership, Management, People & Skills, Processes & Tools, C -Suite, metrics, minimum viable product, MVP

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  • 12 Lessons from Start-ups for Corporate Innovators

    New-born enterprises have limited funds and limited time – if the funds run out before the product is proven they die. So the basic philosophy of the start-up entrepreneur is risk mitigation. Here are some other key precepts... Original: http://innovationexcellence.com/blog/2017/10/31/12...

    Tags: innovation, innovation excellence, Entrepreneurship, Strategy, Beta, Entrepreneur, MVP, software, Start-up, wireframe

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  • Projects, Products, and the Project Portfolio: Part 1, Organize the Work

    I've been working with some clients who are trying to find the magic way to slice and dice their project portfolios. Their organizations treat the software people (IT or Engineering) as a shared service. That means the software people “service” the rest of the organization. While the ...

    Tags: MPD, portfolio management, management, minimum, MVE, MVP, product development, transition to agile

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  • Don’t Start With an MVP

    https://medium.com/media/f6900933c944caa51e352d4b0d65eb6d/href It’s been a little over 18 months since Steve quit his day job and ventured out on his own. Even though, his savings ran out 6 months ago, he has hit a comfortable groove using freelance consulting to keep his product developme...

    Tags: entrepreneurship, innovation, lean-startup, mvp

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