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Product Innovation is a Habit

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Product innovation is not about coming up with more ideas. It's about creating an environment where it is safe to fail. Where ideas can be tested cheaply and quickly. In this presentation, Ed will …

Product innovation is not about coming up with more ideas. It's about creating an environment where it is safe to fail. Where ideas can be tested cheaply and quickly. In this presentation, Ed will describe simple ways that teams, leaders and organizations can make testing new ideas cheap stolen from Lean Startup, Design Thinking and Continuous Delivery.

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  • Maybe show “We develop people, not cars”
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  • Remove all bureaucracy. Picture of Satellite or space junk.
  • Radical Transparency.
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    • 1. Innovation is a Habit: Creating an amazing engineering culture. By Ed Kraay Yahoo!
    • 2. Photo by San Francisco Public Library - http://flic.kr/p/6jKUSV "There's no doubt the work went faster because of the net," Lefty Underkoffler.
    • 3. Make it safe to fail. “If you’re not making mistakes, you’re not trying hard enough” Philip Ljubicich
    • 4. De-stigmatize mistakes http://tomtunguz.com/a-dog-and-a-monkey/ Photo by Stuck in Customs - http://flic.kr/p/vULNc
    • 5. You will make your team/company one that developers want to be at.
    • 6. Best Working Conditions Best Programmers Best Software Profit Adapted from Fog Creek http://www.fogcreek.com/about/ From article: http://www.joelonsoftware.com/articles/DevelopmentAbstraction.html
    • 7. 1. Open 2. Don’t waste my time 3. A Problem Worth Solving 4. Learn Faster 5. Close
    • 8. 1. A problem worth solving 2. See people using my product. 3. Don’t waste my time
    • 9. Management’s job: Create the conditions to enable that.
    • 10. “Making undo really easy makes for an awesome engineering culture.” Brett Taylor, former CTO Facebook
    • 11. Automate Commit to Production Photo by Stuck in Customs - http://flic.kr/p/6L
    • 12. "If I knew it would take months for software to go from fingers to production, I would have become an accountant." - Stas Zvinyatskovsky, Architect at Yahoo!
    • 13. “Go as fast as you can. You need a seatbelt. Tests are your seatbelt.” Yukihiro “Matz” Matsumoto
    • 14. 1. Open 2. Don’t Waste my time 3. A problem worth solving 4. Learn Faster 5. Close
    • 15. Empathy
    • 16. Get out of the building
    • 17. Talk to customers
    • 18. Try Innovation Games, Empathy Interviews
    • 19. Empathy Map https://novoed.com/designthinking
    • 20. 1. Open 2. Don’t Waste my time 3. A problem worth solving 4. Learn Faster 5. Close
    • 21. How not to launch a startup
    • 22. New store design launch: no data or testing. Photo by Robert S. Donovan - http://flic.kr/p/dDeTHR
    • 23. Healthcare.gov Photo by Mike Licht, NotionsCapital.com - http://flic.kr/p/gnziXM
    • 24. The "most dangerous" of all failure points for a software development project is the "big bang" release, the approach the government took by releasing the ACA site on Oct. 1 release, said Jim Johnson. http://bit.ly/17RGION
    • 25. From 2003 - 2011 http://bit.ly/17RGION
    • 26. Waterfall
    • 27. “We are not prophets” Yukihiro “Matz” Matsumoto
    • 28. “Doing Agile” Adapted from http://bit.ly/17RHbAl
    • 29. Still handoffs (Wasteful)
    • 30. Optimize the whole
    • 31. Lean Startup
    • 32. There is much more… Lean Startup Build, Measure, Learn
    • 33. Agile methods focus mainly on building
    • 34. Learn/Measure Faster Pass/Fail tests Bucket Tests Fake Doors Empathy Interviews Net Promoter Score
    • 35. Create a culture of entrepreneurs, not a culture of politicians
    • 36. Leadership Shift “We have to move decisions from politics and powerpoint to instead enable decisions to be made by the best ideas that can be validated in the market.” Scott Cook Lean Startup Conference 2012 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B0HyuX9ZLus
    • 37. Leadership Shift From: “What is your solution and what analysis lead you to that solution?” to “What’s the fastest way to get an experiment to test that idea.” Scott Cook Lean Startup Conference 2012 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B0HyuX9ZLus
    • 38. Business Model Canvas provides a simple way of exposing our assumptions so they can be tested.
    • 39. 1. Open 2. Don’t Waste my time 3. Automate Commit to Production 4. Learn Faster 5. Close
    • 40. Take the Lean Launchpad Udacity class (free) with your team. https://www.udacity.com/course/ep245
    • 41. You learn how to test every aspect of your business model cheaply.
    • 42. “Speed as the strategy.” Mike Cassidy
    • 43. Resources • • • Design Thinking Action Lab: https://novoed.com/designthinking • How spotify builds productshttps://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/1018963/Articles/Ho wSpotifyBuildsProducts.pdf • Speed as the strategyhttp://www.slideshare.net/dmc500hats/beststrategy-is-speed-startup2startup-may-2008 Udacity Lean Startup Class: https://www.udacity.com/course/ep245 Pretotyping: http://www.pretotyping.org/video-of-the-pretotypingmanifesto

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