Minimum Viable Product – Are you doing it right?

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A Minimum Viable Product is a term popularized with the advent of The Lean Startup movement.  People seem to believe that a Minimum Viable Product (or MVP) is simply a reduced version of the final product. However, Eric Reis - the author of The Lean Startup (Check out my book review!)  has a stricter definition for this term.  

According to Eric, the goal of a Minimum Viable Product isn't to simply release the core features quickly -- but more so to validate the vision and LEARN quickly.  Validated Learning is the real goal of an MVP. In the following video we use familiar examples to help you understand what an MVP really is!

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Shawn Dexter

Shawn Dexter is a Product Manager, Entrepreneur & Software Developer. He is passionate about innovation management & technology.

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