Buy-A-Feature is a great tool to source interest from your end-users about a set of features, and understand how they make trade-offs between them. It’s effective at providing a high-level prioritization based on your customers’ preferences, perceived value, and expectations.
A few months ago I was giving a speech on MVPs at an Agile conference and a developer approached me saying: “I wish I had known this a year ago!” He later explained that about a year before he had
Organizations often misunderstand an MVP as the bare minimum set of functionality to produce an intended result. They associate an MVP to a “Beta release” and focus their effort on stripping down their product to minimize the development time and
We have all been invited to meetings that begin with an icebreaker. These icebreakers are used to quickly establish a social connection among participants and lower psychological barriers to working with each other. The Internet and the bookstores are full
Business cards have been around for ages. They serve one main purpose, letting other people remember you. The usual experience is you make a design (or ask someone to make it for you), find a professional printer, and wait a
This interactive workshop explores several concepts and methodologies to help companies plan the development of a new product with minimum cost and risk. During this workshop participants learn how to identify an MVP (Minimum Viable Product) and create a roadmap
In today’s age many organizations are moving towards implementing Agile as their development practice. This is great, and a great step in the right direction. But “doing Agile” is very different from “being Agile”. “Doing Agile” means adopting and implementing