ATH2013-Unnat-MVP

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  • ATH2013-Unnat-MVP

    1. 1. Know Your MVP Unnat Gupta Shree Damani
    2. 2. What is MVP
    3. 3. MVP Exercise
    4. 4. Identify Your MVP
    5. 5. Existing Products New Features
    6. 6. Existing Products new UX
    7. 7. MVP Loop Hypothesi s Measure Experime nt
    8. 8. What’s not MVP • First Slice of product you put in users hand • Matching existing application feature to features with new architecture • Just done once in the life cycle of the product •
    9. 9. Using the two together - MVP & MMP
    10. 10. Comparison between MVP & MRP
    11. 11. Experiment v/s Core Product
    12. 12. Purpose
    13. 13. Feedback Cycle
    14. 14. Risk
    15. 15. Lower Cost
    16. 16. Reasons to Try out
    17. 17. Be Wary of
    18. 18. Notable MVP Examples
    19. 19. Recap • MVP is the version which allows a team to collect the maximum amount of validated learning about customers with the least effort • MVP is minimum viable product NOT minimally releasable feature set / first release • MVP's purpose is to learn, an MRP's purpose is to serve. Understand the problem vs address the problem • Failing Fast or Giving up MVP helps you build what customer wants •
    20. 20. Questions?
    21. 21. Thank You! Contact: Unnat Gupta unnatg@thoughtworks.com

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