Not all product succeed from the word "go". In fact, the extreme uncertainty of a new product or service requires revisions to the idea at different stages of product development, or "pivots" to find a successful formula. In this workshop, you’ll learn how to use the MVP (Minimum Viable Product) philosophy to test and validate your ideas with the least amount of work required. The ultimate goal is to get to product/market fit. Take your idea and get moving in the right direction quickly and efficiently. Furthermore, learn ways to analyse a product fail, how to make a comeback and assess the option of re- launching.
How to convert your idea into well-structured and testable hypotheses
Know why you need an MVP and how you can build one quickly and cheaply.
Learn why metrics are important for a new product idea. Know how to identify the metrics that matter when you launch, how to measure them, and how to use them post launch.
Know how to iterate and improve your MVP as you learn more about your idea and it’s market value.
Priya Purush, a Harvard Business School graduate is an experienced product management and project management leader mainly involved in large scale digital transformation initiatives over a decade. She has helped organizations make a digital shift , companies create digital products and see it through to market for commercialisation. She has worked in global context addressing digital challenges in conceiving a product, planning its build, validating ,release to market and to retire the product.
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