How to Use Lean Hypotheses to Define a Minimum Viable Product

I just blogged about the How To Use Lean Hypotheses to Define a Minimum Viable Product over at the Pivotal Labs blog.

Many people new to building apps fall in love the moment they learn about the idea of a Minimum Viable Product. “It’s minimal! So there’s less risk. And it’s viable! So it’ll prove something!”. Unfortunately, it’s easy for the line of “minimum” or “viable” to slip. How can a team stay focused?

Lean Hypothesis are an effective way to help the team connect the problem they’re trying to solve to the product they’re building…

Check it out, and let me know what you think in the comments!

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