Kickstart MVP - Lean Startup Bootcamp
What is MVP?
In product development, the minimum viable product (MVP) is a product with just enough features to gather validated learning about the product and its continued development.
Lean Startup Essentials
Date: 13 Oct 2016
Location: The Wave, 4 Hing Yip Street, Kwun Tong
Time: 7:30PM - 9:30PM
More info: bit.ly/2cvuciX
You’re full of ideas, but how do you know which are worth working on?
In the first half of the 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.
In the second portion of the workshop you’ll learn how to identify the right metrics and KPIs to guide your product to continued success. Products are constantly evolving even after launching. Being able to measure your product’s progress is critical to improving it.
Part 1: - 1 Nov 2016 7:30PM & 8 Nov 2016 7:30PM - 10:00PM
Understand how to validate an idea
Explain the purpose of a MVP.
Identify various ways and techniques to build and learn from a MVP.
Evolve a MVP to reach product/market fit
Part 2: - 15 Nov 2016 7:30PM & 22 Nov 2016 7:30PM - 10:00PM
Identify the right metrics and KPIs to track a given product.
Define success of a product using metrics.
Identify tools you can to measure your metrics.
It is useful, but not necessary, to bring your own idea.
Please bring a laptop to the workshop.
This bootcamp is ideal for startups who are in the initial phases of developing and researching their product
Anyone who is looking for new skills to be an entrepreneur, product manager or project manager
Anyone who is interested in having a more in-depth understanding of the Lean Startup
Early bird: HKD $2,000 / 4 sessions
Regular: HKD $2,400 / 4 sessions
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Michael Chik spent time working with large enterprises, such as JP Morgan and Cathay Pacific, start-ups and charities. Originally from Austria, he started freelancing as a web designer when he was 14 and has been in the tech industry for over 20 years.
He has advised numerous early (and some not-so-early)-stage startups and helped large behemoth companies change their mindset from traditional waterfall to Lean and Agile thinking. With a background in coaching, he strongly believes in the human aspect of technology. Besides all things Lean and Agile, he is also passionate about change management and building sustainable communities.
He recently started his own one-man consultancy Ars Agilis