Lean methodology sfd szeged 2011


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In this presentation I want to share with you the aha moment I got when I first read about customer development, lean startups and business model generation. I'll explain each of these concepts, how we started applying them at Pronovix and put them into a broader Drupal ecosystem context and why any project you run should be driven by validated customer demand.

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Lean methodology sfd szeged 2011

  1. 1. Lean startups and/or successful open source projects applying the agile methodology to building kick-ass products SFD Szeged 2011
  2. 2. What to expect <ul><li>1 statement & 2 uncomfortable questions
  3. 3. Basic tools of a lean startup
  4. 4. The Startup Genome Project
  5. 5. A failsafe recipe for being epic
  6. 6. Shameless plugs
  7. 7. GOAL:
  8. 8. a starting point to lean startup methodologies
  9. 9. Explain their value with paleo-ecology </li></ul>
  10. 10. Attending “applying the agile methodology to building kick-ass products” by @kvantomme #custdev #szszk2011
  11. 11. Kristof Van Tomme Belgian Bio-engineer Pronovix Drupal architect Entrepreneur PM of the Drupal Association Hungarian connection Techno-optimist Biotech Drupal evangelist Husband and Father Strategist CEO PM Drupal Association DITA
  12. 12. sss 1 statement, 2 uncomfortable questions
  13. 13. sss The people that build Free Software are developers
  14. 14. http://nl.wikipedia.org/wiki/De_grote_golf_van_Kanagawa sss As an Open Source developer you are riding a Tsunami, decoupling value from development
  15. 15. sss Why are we doing this?
  16. 16. sss How are we going to keep doing this?
  17. 17. http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/5/50/Pinnawala_01.jpg sss What will you do when hourly rates go down to commodity levels with no license fees to compensate?
  18. 18. sss Don't just burn the value! Figure out how to monetize and make your contribution sustainable
  19. 19. sss Run your project as a business
  20. 20. aaa sss What are your assumptions about your future business? Find out with the Business Model Canvas http://bit.ly/kOSjXL
  21. 21. aaa sss Business Model Generation: A Handbook for Visionaries, Game Changers, and Challengers http://amzn.to/iATiKq
  22. 22. sss Even if you don't want to build a business...
  23. 23. Lean startup Agile/Lean = Shorter feedback loops => Maximize learning
  24. 24. aaa sss Customer development = Get out of the building!
  25. 25. aaa sss The Entrepreneur's Guide to Customer Development: A cheat sheet to The Four Steps to the Epiphany http://amzn.to/kmZs4P
  26. 26. aaa sss Got a product idea? How many minimum viable products (MVP) can you build TODAY?
  27. 27. Drupal is great at MVP's <ul><li>Registration form
  28. 28. Webform
  29. 29. Ultrafast prototype (Views+CCK)
  30. 30. Service links (for virality)
  31. 31. There's a module for that </li></ul>
  32. 32. aaa sss Drupal Gardens is the ultimate Minimum Viable Product factory www.drupalgardens.com
  33. 33. aaa sss Pivots allow a startup to move into a more interesting market while staying grounded in previous experience
  34. 34. Aaa sss The startup Genome project assesses startups by measuring the thresholds and milestones that Internet startups move through
  35. 35. Aaa sss What type of startup team are you? Technical – Business - mixed?
  36. 36. What type of startup are you? <ul><li>Automizer
  37. 37. Social transformer
  38. 38. Integrator
  39. 39. Challenger </li></ul>
  40. 40. sss What is your goal? Get rich; build an awesome product OR change the world ? ?
  41. 41. sss What about the recipe for being epic?
  42. 42. aaa
  43. 44. sss Value is a lot like energy, interesting stuff happens when you can build a potential and manage a controlled release
  44. 45. aaa sss Open source Software like Mitochondria decouples value deployment from value generation.
  45. 46. sss The most epic projects are sustainable projects
  46. 47. Cambrian explosion source? sss The Cambrian explosion, resulted in a large range of body plans and life strategies in a short geological time
  47. 48. Evolutionary triggers Open Source + Cloud computing + Mobile = Big value explosion
  48. 49. sss Conclusion
  49. 50. 4 must-do's after this presentation <ul><li>Fill out a business model canvas
  50. 51. Read the Startup Genome Project report
  51. 52. Figure out what kind of project/company you are/want to be
  52. 53. Start building Minimal Viable Products ... NOW! </li></ul>
  53. 54. Shameless plugs
  54. 55. [email_address]
  55. 56. Szuksegesek-e a vedooltasok?
  56. 57. Twitter @kvantomme LinkedIn be.linkedin.com/in/kvantomme [email_address]
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