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I've found most new product owners don't understand what an MVP is and need a lot of coaching to define one. Eric Ries's definition of it being a method of maximizing learning for the least investment is a good one - it forces the PO to identify what question or hypothesis they are trying to answer or prove. A great example of an MVP was Zappos' initial experiment to validate their online shoe purchasing service...
An MMP is usually made up of a number of MMFs. One difference between an MMP and an MVP is that the latter might not be marketable but is a way to learn whether we are going down the right path or not.
I can think of an MVP that needs feedback from users and the market (hehe).
I come across the term MVP a lot more than MMP.
Agree with Kiron
I got valuable info about MVP, MMP & MMF from you all - Kiron, Rami & Sante.
I have been reading a lot of Agile frameworks talk about MVP very frequently & MMP is very rarely discussed about..
Interesting discussion and great insights.
Thank to all of you
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