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    • Lean Product Development People & Process @danielpatricio 1
    • Daniel Patricio @danielpatricio
    • Daniel Patricio @danielpatricio ! Small business marketer
    • Daniel Patricio @danielpatricio ! Small business marketer Digital strategist
    • Daniel Patricio @danielpatricio ! Small business marketer Digital strategist Product strategist
    • Programs We help the highest potential startups across Canada better integrate these processes 7
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    • $2B in Sales Generated 70,000+ Active Stores 50M+ Products Sold 100+ Countries 317 Employees
    • Today How to solve the right problems with better products 12
    • Today Death to Bad Process An Intro to Lean Process Think, Build, Tweak, Ship ! 13
    • Death to Bad Process Understanding the subtle differences
    • Define Methodology A set or system of methods, principles, and rules for regulating a given discipline ! • Order in chaos • Common language • Repeatable process 15
    • 1. Waterfall 2. Agile 3. Lean 16
    • 1. Waterfall What are we making? ! • Design • Usability 17
    • Everyday Workflow Step by step to completion ! • Problems are known • Solutions are known 18
    • Waterfall Diagram (Classic) 19
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    • Why is it so bad? Scoping over validation Certainty over quality … Ink dries fast 22
    • 2. Agile How do we make it? ! • Design • Usability • Collaboration • Delivery 23
    • Agile Workflow Software development process based on iterative and incremental building ! • Cross-functional teams • Frequent prioritization • Frequent demonstration 24
    • Waterfall versus Agile (Classic) 25
    • 2. Lean Are we making the right thing? ! • Design • Usability • Collaboration • Delivery • Validation • Measurement 26
    • ‘Lean’ Inspired Eliminate waste by combining agile development and customer development in times of uncertainty ! • Validated learning • Iterative product releases • Build necessary and sufficient • Empowerment and decision-making 27
    • How to Build versus Right Things to Build 28
    • How to Measure & Learn 29
    • How to Validate Needs 30
    • Summary: Three Way Comparison 31
    • Lean Process A process exists to support creativity, not resist it
    • Starting Fresh Maximize customer experience Welcome changing requirements Workshops over meetings ! 33
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    • Focus on outcomes Not deliverables 39
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    • Deliver, Test, Iterate Do it often 43
    • Obsess over process It’s a killer competitive advantage 44
    • Think, Build, Tweak, Ship Agile and customer-centric principles
    • How the sausage is made Theory Values Day to Day ! 46
    • All major product initiatives go through four stages – “Think It”, “Build It”, “Ship It”, and “Tweak It”. Here’s a picture illustrating the flow from idea to product, and what comes out of each stage along the way. You’ll find a more detailed version of this picture at the end of the article. ● ● ● ● Think It = figure out what type of product we are building and why. Build It = create a minimum viable product that is ready for real users. Ship It = gradually roll out to 100% of all users, while measuring and improving. Tweak It = Continuously improve the product. This is really an end state; the product stays in Tweak It until it is shut down or reimagined (= back to Think It). 47
    • Principles & Values Think Together Quality First Scope Smart Done Done ! 48
    • Design Development 49
    • Development 50
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    • Better Principles Think Together Quality First Scope Smart Done Done ! 52
    • Obsess over process It’s a killer competitive advantage 53
    • Discussion Questions & Answers