Testing your Minimum Viable Product (MVP)
May 26 @ 10:00 am - 11:00 am MDTFREE
In an increasingly hypothesis-driven product development world, experimenting with Minimum Viable Products (MVPs) is considered as a pragmatic approach towards building the eventual “1.0” product. MVPs allow the team to systematically validate its key hypotheses, and create a basis for making critical product decisions based on evidence from the field. In this webinar, we shall examine the theory behind testing your MVP and describe a few of the popular testing methods. We shall also consider real-life examples to illustrate the point.
Tathagat Varmar (a.k.a. “TV”), is a software professional by education, computer scientist by accident, HR student by interest, project management practitioner by training, curious by nature, learner by habit, teacher by passion, wanderer by choice, digital influencer by night, servant leader by conviction, and a first-time author… In short, someone who never managed to become an expert because he was always busy learning new things…
Tathagat has been involved with hi-tech software product development since ’91 with Defense Research and Development Organization (DRDO), and subsequently with Siemens Telecom, Philips Medical Systems and Philips Digital Networks divisions, Huawei Technologies, McAfee, NetScout Systems and Yahoo! prior to joining at 7 Innovation Labs in significant technical and leadership roles, including starting-up and heading India operations for NetScout Systems between 2004 and 2009, heading Business Operations at Yahoo! and VP for Global Strategic Process Innovation at 7 Innovation Labs, before starting up with his coaching and consulting firm “Thought Leadership” in 2014.
At Yahoo!, as Head of Business Operations, he was responsible for Strategic Programs, Outsourced Product Development and Business Operations, and additionally led center-wide adoption of Agile, Business Excellence and IP Programs.