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Minimum Business Increment (as per PMI/FLEX) is a better term to use for most of the projects/products we would be managing. MVPs are focused on the business viability of a new or radically different product or service.
I prefer to go with the term "Minimally sufficient", "Lean" or "Just enough" as prefixes for the components you've listed.
Implementing these requires:
1. A lean mindset
2. An understanding of control & delivery objectives which have to be met (regardless of the approach taken)
Aaron, no - new to me.
Just on a sideline, Digital Agile comes up with the term MCP instead of MVP - minimal consumable product.
I would take that thought one step further and ask for a minimal valuable product (to reflect that teams ought to deliver value, not merely running software).
I apply it to everything in my personal and professional life. I do the most important and valuable work immediately, getting feedback before proceeding to the next item.
Think I have always done something in those lines. Presenting to the client early and frequently the information.
Minimum Business Increment like Kiron describe
What a coincidence, we were in a meeting today and discussing that we need an MVP for the design before we proceed and that the design should be delivered in increments to inspect and adapt early in the design development phase.
We requests the specs book to be delivered incrementally too by the Architect.
Thank you for sharing this, I will certainly take a look at it. Sounds very interesting and in line with what we do.
Hi Aaron - great points. Great inputs from the group, too!
While I have not labeled as such, inherently, I recommend to strive for just enough. Get the most value with the least amount of effort. And like Rami points out, the least amount to elicit feedback.
Thanks for the article link.
Agee with Kiron
Interesting this question of yours and the suggestion to read the "article titled" The Minimal Viable Design ""
Thanks for sharing
Two other concepts to consider:
- Minimum Business Increment
- Minimal Consumable Product
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