Many people have embraced the concept of MVP (minimum valuable product) ie delivering the smallest increment of customer value. However, the issue with is that many people criticise MVPs for not being viable. I prefer to focus on delivering the: right MVrP – Minimum Validated (right) Problem ie a tested solution or experiment outcome aligned to a customer problem We’ll explore the power of using an end-to-end model of: design-thinking to understand customer problems; lean experimentation to validate these problems to arrive at the right MVP; which are then delivered using agile techniques as an MVP; & embedded via lean change methodologies. Outcomes Overview of an end-to-end model for managing problem:solution:delivery:change The Lean sprint How to design an experiment Creating the Validation plan & an experiments wall Developing a one-page experiment report
Sr. Technology Manager
ANZ Banking Group
Penelope is a globally-recognised, award-winning innovator, intrapreneur & technologist. Her work has been recognised with Innovation & Technology awards in 5 countries. Penelope has an exciting track record in helping organisations solve complex problems to meet 21st century challenges. 20+ years in global digital & technology roles, building products, leading teams and managing large transformational change programs means Penelope brings a wealth of experience to the conversation. Penelope’s career began in marketing (& she has formal marketing qualifications) which have supported her digital, strategy, communications & product development career; largely in technology domains. Penelope coaches individuals, teams & organisations in lean start-up across the breadth of start-ups, not-for-profits & corporates. She’s known for strong facilitation & training skills & engages with energy & enthusiasm.