Lean Start-up + Agile + SCRUM

Agile, Scrum , Lean Start-up…………………

The journey of any product is very complex, very much involved.  Every innovation and development is very pain process. 

The pioneers in industry

Steve Jobs, Henry Ford, Bill Gates, Wright Brothers are great example of the system, process they have followed as they progress across.

Most of the above legends, has involved in nuts-bolts of the whole process.   

The Japanese industry process

Japanese industries gave us lot of process and frameworks, most of manufacturing process are really very much useful in successful product launch. 

Agile process


SCRUM Methodology

Scrum Process

Eric Ries Lean Start-up :

The Lean Startup is a business approach coined by Eric Ries that aims to change the way that companies are built and new products are launched. The Lean Startup relies on validated learning, scientific experimentation, and iterative product releases to shorten product development cycles, measure progress, and gain valuable customer feedback.

Minimum vaible product

A minimum vaible product (MVP) is the “version of a new product which allows a team to collect the maximum amount of validated learning about customers with the least effort.

Basically we will create a just enough product on incremental way. The problem statements, basic steps are to implement basic simple web site, and do in SCRUM methodology.

This is new approach to commercial product development that would increase speed and flexibility, based on case studies from manufacturing firms in the automotive, photocopier and printer industries

The total product in “problem statement is broken into many “user stories” and, individual work packages.  And in initial version, we will have basic web site ready.  Once we kick start this, and we will have parallel developments.

 We will focus and plan, such way that each sprint we will have working product. In this way we will deliver product in incremental way. 

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