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[HCM Scrum Beakfast] How should u build an mvp

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While time and money for every project are limited in a fast paced world, maximizing learning with a minimal effort and cost are essential needs.

Instead of wasting resources for making a perfect prototype, a minimum viable product - MVP is a great way of creating user centric digital services in a fraction of the time. This development technique kicks off the product’s journey to figure itself and turn into a final product fits the end users’ needs.

In the last Scrum Breakfast 2016, we want to share experience and discuss about how to build a MVP from a new external speaker - Mr. Linh Do who have experience in leader, trainer & business mentor.
Topic: How should you build a MVP?

Speaker: Mr. Linh Do (Leo) – Leader. Trainer. Business Mentor

Time: Saturday – Dec 10th, 2016 | 9:00 AM – 11:00AM

Venue: Trung Nguyên Cafe, 264A Nam Kỳ Khởi Nghĩa, Ho Chi Minh

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[HCM Scrum Beakfast] How should u build an mvp

  1. 1. LEAN.STARTUP HOW SHOULD YOU BUILD A MVP Speaker: Leo Do www.DoVietLinh.com
  2. 2. NOTE▸ Presentation uses some images downloaded from internet ▸ My experience is mostly in IT field, leads Vietnamese team builds product for international market
  3. 3. HOW SHOULD YOU BUILD A MVP TABLE OF CONTENT ▸ Why MVP ▸ What’s a MVP ▸ MVP # Prototype ▸ How should you build a MVP ▸ MVP Types & Examples ▸ Workshop ▸ Q&A
  4. 4. THE ONLY THING THAT IS CONSTANT IS CHANGE Heraclitus
  5. 5. WHY MVP?
  6. 6. TEST YOUR ASSUMPTIONS TECH in ASIA Source: https://www.techinasia.com/talk/importance-minimum-viable-product-mvp-startups
  7. 7. CHECK WHETHER THE PRODUCT YOU ENVISIONED IS APPEALING TO USERS stfalcon.com Source: https://stfalcon.com/en/blog/post/why-your-startup-needs-mvp
  8. 8. SHIP EARLY TO MARKET FOR VALIDATION TECH in ASIA Source: https://www.techinasia.com/talk/importance-minimum-viable-product-mvp-startups
  9. 9. SAVE UP MONEY BY NOT INVESTING INTO A PROJECT BOUND TO FAIL stfalcon.com Source: https://stfalcon.com/en/blog/post/why-your-startup-needs-mvp
  10. 10. WHAT’S A MVP?
  11. 11. Source: http://www.intelegain.com/why-lean-tech-startups-require-a-minimum-viable-product-mvp/
  12. 12. Source: http://www.intelegain.com/why-lean-tech-startups-require-a-minimum-viable-product-mvp/
  13. 13. Source: http://www.intelegain.com/why-lean-tech-startups-require-a-minimum-viable-product-mvp/
  14. 14. HOW SHOULD YOU BUILD AN MVP
  15. 15. define MVP step 1 build MVP step 2 release & rolling step 3 define strategy step 0
  16. 16. FIDELITY COVERAGE (NUMBER OF CUSTOMERS) REALITY POSSIBLE
 CLOSE TO FINAL PRODUCT POSSIBLE DEMAND IS NOT CLEAR THIS IS A DREAM IT’S NOT AN MVP ANYMORE STEP 0: DEFINE STRATEGY
  17. 17. STEP 1: DEFINE YOUR MVP ‣ Brainstorming ‣ Target customer? ‣ Interview? ‣ Most risky places (choose 5 of them) ‣ … ‣ How competitors do? ‣ How people solve it? ‣ Why are we unique? ‣ Any one wanna pay? ‣ Why not sth else? ‣ … list of features prove that hypotheses are wrong define hypotheses validate hypotheses improve hypotheses critical thinking
  18. 18. STEP 1: DEFINE YOUR MVP ▸ Never fall in love with the 1st idea ▸ Solve your own problems first, no assuming people’s problems ▸ Limit time in a time box ▸ Never forget the most risky places NOTES
  19. 19. STEP 2: BUILD 1ST MVP ‣ sketch ‣ wireframe ‣ scratch ‣ document ‣ …. validate critical thinking improve inside the team PROTOTYPE SHOWCASE FEEDBACK IMPROVE AGILE, SCRUM, KANBAN….PLAN
  20. 20. STEP 3: RELEASE & ROLL ‣ host ‣ store ‣ … deploy ‣ email ‣ landing page ‣ … campaign ‣ form ‣ survey ‣ Q&A ‣ sell? get feedback back to step 0 improve / build another MVP
  21. 21. SUM UP define MVP step 1 build MVP step 2 release & rolling step 3 define strategy step 0
  22. 22. MVP # PROTOTYPE
  23. 23. A PROTOTYPE IS THAT FIRST SKETCH OF YOUR IDEA Source: http://svsg.co/prototype-is-not-mvp-know-what-youre-building/
  24. 24. AN MVP IS THE VERY FIRST SMALL VERSION OF YOUR PRODUCT FOR WIDER CIRCULATION Source: http://svsg.co/prototype-is-not-mvp-know-what-youre-building/
  25. 25. MVP TYPES & EXAMPLE
  26. 26. EXPLAINER VIDEO DropBox
  27. 27. LANDING PAGE Any Example
  28. 28. WIZARD OF OZ MVP Zappos
  29. 29. CONCIERGE MVP Food on the Table
  30. 30. PIECEMEAL MVP BJ Fogg
  31. 31. RAISE FUNDS FROM CUSTOMERS Kickstarter
  32. 32. SINGLE FEATURED MVP Google
  33. 33. WORKSHOP
  34. 34. Q&A
  35. 35. THANKS

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