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Choosing a minimum viable product (MVP) is easily said, but difficult to do. This presentation was given to the teams at Boston's Lean Startup Challenge 2013 to help them prepare for defining their ...

Choosing a minimum viable product (MVP) is easily said, but difficult to do. This presentation was given to the teams at Boston's Lean Startup Challenge 2013 to help them prepare for defining their own MVPs.

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Choosing an MVP - Lean Startup Challenge 2013 Presentation Transcript

  • 1. Choosing an MVP September 22, 2013 | Boston, MA
  • 2. Gatwick – Newark London – New York
  • 3. Do everything you can NOT to code
  • 4. Scarce resources
  • 5. Hypothesis Experience (MVP) Data Desired answer Question Experiment Design MVPs to answer a question
  • 6. Practice
  • 7. How would you test me?
  • 8. How would you test me?
  • 9. How would you test me?  
  • 10. How would you test me?  
  • 11. Forums: Facebook / LinkedIn Websites: Wordpress, Unbounce, Google Sites Manpower: eLance, oDesk, Amazon mTurk Graphics: Fiverr.com Surveys: Surveymonkey, Facebook, Twitter Video: Brainshark, xtranormal       What else can you use? Reduce The Effort
  • 12. Choose an MVP that will validate your problem-solution and product-market hypotheses