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Wednesday, July 30 • 10:45 - 12:00
Creating Successful MVPs in Agile Teams (Melissa Perri) FULL

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Traditionally, products are designed focusing on the features of the product, and not solving problems for the customers. There is usually little validation before work begins, and teams end up wasting time building a product that no one wants. To create great products, we need to move the focus from building to learning about our customers. Teams who implement Minimum Viable Products (MVPs) learn more about customers, waste less time, and deliver usable solutions faster. But, setting up an MVP wrong can deliver false results.



In this session, we'll focus on the fundamentals of creating an effective MVP experiment: defining effective problem and customer hypotheses, listing your assumptions and picking the riskiest one, and determining which experiment to run. We'll discuss the differences between Lean MVPs and Agile MVPs , and the pros and cons to each.



This talk is geared towards developers, scrum masters, UX designers, and product managers.

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Melissa Perri

Founder & Principal Consultant, ProdUX Labs
Melissa Perri is the founder and principal consultant of ProdUX Labs (produxlabs.com). She is a teacher and speaker on Product Management, using her experience to help companies find the best ways to work. Before founding her previous venture FlowsBy, Melissa was a Product Manager and UX Designer at startups in NYC. She also teaches Product Management at General Assembly, and runs workshops on Product Management for companies and startup... Read More →


Wednesday July 30, 2014 10:45 - 12:00
Osceola 1/2