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  • Agile Product Management: Box set

  • Minimum Viable Product with Scrum: 21 Tips for Getting a MVP & Agile: The Complete Overview of Agile Principles
  • By: Paul VII
  • Narrated by: Randal Schaffer
  • Length: 3 hrs and 1 min
  • Unabridged Audiobook
  • Categories: Business & Careers, Marketing & Sales
  • 5.0 out of 5 stars (1 rating)

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Agile product management just got easier.

Introduction

Thank you and congratulations on taking this class, Minimum Viable Product: 21 Tips for Getting an MVP, Early Learning and Return on Investment for Your Product. In this class, you will be given a complete set of tips for developing a minimum viable product. This will in turn, boost the productivity of your development team and your business, when developing new products.

In this class, I give you a concise overview of the MVP planning, and development process. I then give best practices to use when you build an MVP. Following this, I teach you about common issues that arise in MVP development process, and how to avoid them. As usual, I give you plenty of examples, and best practices along the way. In this class, you will learn:

  • What is an MVP?
  • A brief overview of agile scrum which can be used to develop an MVP
  • How to plan for an MVP
  • Best practices for MVP development
  • Alternative approaches to MVP development
  • Concise tips for gaining customer support

So, let us get started right away, so you can begin developing your minimum viable product!

Introduction

Thank you and congratulations on taking this class, Agile: The Complete Overview Of Agile Principles and Practices.

In this class, you will be given a complete overview of agile principles and practices used to deliver projects.

I know you will get value from this class, as it gives you a complete introduction to agile. I then walk you step-by-step through the differences between agile, and traditional methods. In today's fast-paced world, I feel that agile methods are crucial for improving your effectiveness, whether you are a business owner, product owner, development team, service team, or service oriented team. Along the way I give you plenty of examples, and give you best practices for being an agile practitioner.

In this class, you will learn:

  • A complete overview of agile, including the popular principles of scrum and XP.
  • What is agile and how it is different from traditional project delivery methods
  • So let's get started, and let me teach you what it takes to be an agile practitioner.

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Great crash course in Agile MVP

Easy listen, a bit patchy in the delivery, but quickly gets you up to speed in agile methodology.

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