|Title||Breakfast with PMI-SAC|
|Topic||Lean Inception: How to Align People and Build the Right Product|
|When||February 10th, 2021 @ 8:00 am - 9:00 am|
Agile projects emphasize the early and continuous delivery of valuable software, whose value comes from business objectives and customers’ needs. Lean StartUp product creation helps this by promoting the incremental release of an MVP (Minimum Viable Product) — a simple version of a product that is given to users in order to validate the key business assumptions.
But how do we work out what should be in MVP and start an agile project as quickly as possible? How do we ensure the team starts creating the product with a shared understanding and an effective plan?
Lean Inception answers these questions. Come join this talk to learn the effective combination of Design Thinking and Lean StartUp to decide the Minimum Viable Product (MVP). Lean Inception is a collaborative workshop that will help a group of people — typically an agile team, a squad, or a product team — understand, align and plan the building of the lean product. The construction of a successful product starts with a Lean Inception.
|Speaker Name||Paulo Carolli|
Paulo Caroli is the author of the best-seller Lean Inception book. He has facilitated hundreds of inceptions and has been sharing about it on his blog, his books and many talks worldwide.
Paulo Caroli is passionate about innovation, entrepreneurship and digital products. He is a software engineer, agile coach, author, speaker, and an excellent facilitator. Principal consultant at Thoughtworks and co-founder of AgileBrazil, Paulo has more than twenty years of digital products creation experience working in several corporations in Brazil, India, USA, Latin America and Europe. In 2000, he discovered Extreme Programming and has since focused his experience on Agile, Lean & Design Thinking processes and practices.