Many products today are being developed in domains of extreme uncertainty regarding who will be the customers, what the customers value, and what will be a scalable and repeatable business model.
We will learn the new approach to discovering these critical aspects of a business using techniques such as Minimally Viable Products, Pivoting, Customer Development, Build-Measure-Learn cycles, Continuous Deployment, Small Batches, and constant flow from hunch to learning.
Lean Startup represents a significant shift in the Product Management model and requires a different mindset as well as familiarity with a new set of tools and practices.
In this workshop we will focus on the Product Management aspects of Lean Startup – How to enable it and leverage it for improved business results.
Through Theory and Exercises we will give attendees a sense of how Lean Startup Product Management looks as well as concrete tools, tips and tricks to start with.
Lean Product Strategy
Finding the right features to learn from
Small Batches – Lean Requirements – MVPs, MMFs, MVFs
Delivery Approaches in Lean Startups
Scorecards for Lean Startups
Lean Startups beyond the Cloud/Internet world
Starting with Lean Startups
Learn More About Lean Startup in the Enterprise
Interested in taking our Lean Startup Product Management workshop or bringing us in to run it internally?
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