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    • 1. Know Your MVP Unnat Gupta Shree Damani
    • 2. What is MVP
    • 3. MVP Exercise
    • 4. Identify Your MVP
    • 5. Existing Products New Features
    • 6. Existing Products new UX
    • 7. MVP Loop Hypothesi s Measure Experime nt
    • 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. Using the two together - MVP & MMP
    • 10. Comparison between MVP & MRP
    • 11. Experiment v/s Core Product
    • 12. Purpose
    • 13. Feedback Cycle
    • 14. Risk
    • 15. Lower Cost
    • 16. Reasons to Try out
    • 17. Be Wary of
    • 18. Notable MVP Examples
    • 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. Questions?
    • 21. Thank You! Contact: Unnat Gupta unnatg@thoughtworks.com

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