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How to Build Innovative Technologies

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My presentation from the Engineers 4 Engineers Developer Conference:

How to Build Innovative Technologies
Abby will share lessons learned from working with hundreds of tech startups for what's involved in building out innovative new products that push the edge on what's possible. Using examples from real startups, she'll share lean and agile techniques that have been adapted to building things that nobody has ever built before. Just as important, she'll share tips on how to find your initial users and how to very quickly validate (and iterate on!) your ideas to help you achieve product success.

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How to Build Innovative Technologies

  1. 1. HOW TO BUILD INNOVATIVE TECHNOLOGIES Abby Fichtner @HackerChick | Harvard Innovation Lab
  2. 2. @HackerChick The first rule of innovation is:
  3. 3. @HackerChick The first rule of innovation is: NO RULES there are of innovation
  4. 4. @HackerChick I have not failed. I’ve just found 10,000 ways that won’t work. - Thomas Edison
  5. 5. @HackerChick #1 Eliminate Waste Innovation Rules #5 FOCUS! and get shit done #2 Start Small #3 Deeply Understand Customers #4 Always Be Learning
  6. 6. @HackerChick Eliminate Waste #1
  7. 7. @HackerChick The #1 most important thing for a startup is: value Vs. waste Eric Reis, The Lean Startup
  8. 8. @HackerChick muda any activity that is unproductive or that doesn’t add value today
  9. 9. @HackerChick YAGNI (You Ain’t Gonna Need It)
  10. 10. @HackerChick
  11. 11. @HackerChick out of 9 new products fail 10
  12. 12. @HackerChick
  13. 13. @HackerChick Single Biggest Predictor of Failure? Don Sull, The Upside of Turbulence
  14. 14. @HackerChick Single Biggest Predictor of Failure? Don Sull, The Upside of Turbulence Sticking to Initial Business Plan
  15. 15. @HackerChick @HackerChick
  16. 16. @HackerChick Small Start #2
  17. 17. @HackerChick Go Big or go home
  18. 18. @HackerChick Go Big VISION
  19. 19. @HackerChick VISION REALITY
  20. 20. @HackerChick @HackerChick
  21. 21. @HackerChick @HackerChick
  22. 22. @HackerChick GO SMALL (dominate small market) Go Big VISION
  23. 23. @HackerChick Deeply Understand Customers #3
  24. 24. @HackerChick VC: “There are a million cloud storage startups!” Drew: “Do you use any of them?” VC: “No” Drew: “…”
  25. 25. @HackerChick @HackerChick
  26. 26. @HackerChick @HackerChick
  27. 27. @HackerChick @HackerChick
  28. 28. @HackerChick @HackerChick
  29. 29. @HackerChick Always Be Learning #4
  30. 30. @HackerChick @HackerChick
  31. 31. @HackerChick @HackerChick
  32. 32. @HackerChick “Talk is cheap. Show me the code.” - Linus Torvalds
  33. 33. @HackerChick “Talk is cheap. Show me the code.” - Linus Torvalds MVP
  34. 34. @HackerChick @HackerChick
  35. 35. @HackerChick @HackerChick
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  40. 40. @HackerChick 10¢
  41. 41. @HackerChick FOCUS! and get shit done #5
  42. 42. @HackerChick Minimum Viable Everything
  43. 43. @HackerChick I assume that… If I build this product, people will want it
  44. 44. @HackerChick I assume that… If I build this product, people will want it
  45. 45. @HackerChick I assume that… If I sell this product, people will buy it
  46. 46. @HackerChick I assume that… If I sell this product, people will buy it
  47. 47. @HackerChick I assume that… If I build a product to provide my people that 1 thing they’re dying for, people will use it
  48. 48. @HackerChick I assume that… If I build a product to provide my people that 1 thing they’re dying for, people will use it To Do? Create User Account Add posts to buffer Link to LinkedIn Link to Twitter Link to Facebook Post items from buffer per schedule Allow user to set posting schedule Edit posts in buffer View history of posts Delete posts in buffer
  49. 49. @HackerChick To Do? Create User Account Add posts to buffer Link to LinkedIn Link to Twitter Link to Facebook Post items from buffer per schedule Allow user to set posting schedule Edit posts in buffer Delete posts in buffer I assume that… If I build a product to provide my people that 1 thing they’re dying for, people will use it View history of posts “Use it”? What am I really trying to test?
  50. 50. @HackerChick To Do? Create User Account Add posts to buffer Link to LinkedIn Link to Twitter Link to Facebook Post items from buffer per schedule Allow user to set posting schedule Edit posts in buffer Delete posts in buffer I assume that… If I build a product to provide my people that 1 thing they’re dying for, people will use it (post to the buffer) View history of posts “Use it”? What am I really trying to test?
  51. 51. @HackerChick To Do? Create User Account Add posts to buffer (are they adding anything?) Link to LinkedIn Link to Twitter Link to Facebook Post items from buffer per schedule Allow user to set posting schedule Edit posts in buffer View history of posts Delete posts in buffer I assume that… If I build a product to provide my people that 1 thing they’re dying for, people will use it (post to the buffer)
  52. 52. @HackerChick To Do? Create User Account Link to LinkedIn Link to Twitter Link to Facebook Post items from buffer per schedule (hard code) Allow user to set posting schedule Edit posts in buffer View history of posts Delete posts in buffer I assume that… If I build a product to provide my people that 1 thing they’re dying for, people will use it (post to the buffer) Add posts to buffer (are they adding anything?)
  53. 53. @HackerChick To Do? Create User Account Link to LinkedIn Link to Twitter (start with one) Link to Facebook Allow user to set posting schedule Edit posts in buffer Delete posts in buffer Post items from buffer per schedule (hard code) View history of posts I assume that… If I build a product to provide my people that 1 thing they’re dying for, people will use it (post to the buffer) Add posts to buffer (are they adding anything?)
  54. 54. @HackerChick To Do! Create User Account Add posts to buffer Link to LinkedIn Link to Facebook Allow user to set posting schedule Edit posts in buffer Delete posts in buffer Post items from buffer per schedule (hard code) View history of posts I assume that… If I build a product to provide my people that 1 thing they’re dying for, people will use it (post to the buffer) Link to Twitter (start with one)
  55. 55. @HackerChick Minimum Viable Process
  56. 56. @HackerChick OH at Lean Startup Circle Meetup
  57. 57. @HackerChick @HackerChick Bruno@2001
  58. 58. @HackerChick Kanban Get shit done To Do In Progress Done X Y Z A
  59. 59. @HackerChick Kanban Get shit done? To Do In Progress Done? X Y Z A B C D E F G H J K M N O P Q R
  60. 60. @HackerChick Kanban Get shit done To Do In Progress Done X Y Z A 1 B C D E F G H J K M N O P Q R
  61. 61. @HackerChick Kanban Get shit done To Do In Progress Done X Y Z A 1 (keep short) B C D E F G H J K M N O P Q R
  62. 62. @HackerChick Kanban Get shit done To Do In Progress Done X Y Z 1 A 10
  63. 63. @HackerChick Minimum Viable Design
  64. 64. @HackerChick Emergent Design
  65. 65. @HackerChick Requirements Develop Release QA How can we maximize learning / success?
  66. 66. @HackerChick Requirements Develop Release QA Some learning (talk to people) Most learning (see what they do!) How can we maximize learning / success?
  67. 67. @HackerChick Requirements Develop Release QA Some learning (talk to people) Most learning (see what they do!) | ------------ Very little learning ------------ | How can we maximize learning / success?
  68. 68. @HackerChick Requirements Release Some learning (talk to people) Most learning (see what they do!) How can we maximize learning / success?
  69. 69. @HackerChick Requirements Some learning (talk to people) Continuous Deployment Release Most learning (see what they do!) How can we maximize learning / success?
  70. 70. @HackerChick Confidence Service as a “we’ve already done this 9,999 times”
  71. 71. @HackerChick @HackerChick
  72. 72. @HackerChick 2 week release cycles Multiple releases/day Releases were all-day events Releases are non-events Release size: 100’s LOC Release size: < 25 LOC More emergency releases Less fire-fighting @AshMaurya Before After
  73. 73. @HackerChick Learn From Your Releases Only go as fast as you can learn To Do In Progress Done 1 C 10 X Y Z A B
  74. 74. @HackerChick Learn From Your Releases Only go as fast as you can learn To Do In Progress Done 1 C 10 X Y Z A B Learning 10
  75. 75. @HackerChick Patterns of Innovation #1 Eliminate Waste #5 FOCUS! and get shit done #2 Start Small #3 Deeply Understand Customers #4 Always Be Learning
  76. 76. Abby Fichtner @HackerChick http://HackerChick.com Thanks!

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