On 14th May, I’ll be at Product Anonymous in Melbourne, Australia to talk about the trials and tribulations of MVP (minimum viable product). Come and join us!
Tag: Product Lifecycle
Discussion of the process of taking a product from idea to launch to retirement
Got a business idea? Test it first before you make an expensive mistake. MVP class with me at General Assembly London on 24th February.
Got a business idea? Test it first before you make an expensive mistake. MVP class with me at General Assembly London on 24th January.
Minimum Viable Product (MVP)I can’t promise fireworks, but I can tell you all about how to sanity-check your product ideas before you make an expensive mistake.
Come and join me at General Assembly London on Monday, 4th November 2013 from 6:00 pm to 8:30 pm for a workshop on How to build a Minimum Viable Product (MVP).
This week, we’ve been looking at two different lifecycles: the product lifecycle and the development lifecycle – cycles within cycles!
Join me at General Assembly London on Thursday, February 21, 2013 from 6:30 pm to 9:00 pm for a workshop on Building a Minimum Viable Product (MVP). You can sign up at http://productmanagement1.eventbrite.com/.
Over the last few weeks I’ve mostly been investigating the variety of tools available to help product managers at different stages of their product’s lifecycle. For me, the emphasis has been on speed and ease of use because my project is short-lived and I want to show some results.
If you’ve got 15 minutes handy, here’s an engaging and useful overview of Agile Product Ownership by Henrik Kniberg over on Crisp’s Blog. I also love the sketching tool he’s narrating over! (it’s ArtRage if you were wondering) Thanks to …
We’re looking at the kinds of information that specific groups of people need to know during the lifecycle of your product and why they’re so interested in the first place.
Last time we covered the steps from idea through to convincing people to part with some cash to build it. Now we’re going to look at building it and onwards through launch to review.
Do you spend more time writing documents about your product than actually managing it?
Many companies with some kind of product management function become all caught up in the process, drowning themselves in increasing numbers of documents. These rapidly become overwhelming to manage, contain duplicated detail and ultimately obscure the real objective of product management, namely to create successful products.