Bright Solutions Global PLC

      From Product Ideas to the Ideal Product – Agile

      Bright Solutions Global PLC
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      Description

      In this two-day workshop participants learn about product discovery and validation. We start our discussion on methods for narrowing ‘product ideas’ into the ‘ideal product’. We end with techniques for you to inexpensively answer the question, “If you build it, will people buy it and use it?” or “Should you build it at all?”

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      · What are the objectives of this course?

      At the end of the training, practitioners will be able to:
      Describe the Agile methodology and its relationship to and need for Architecture
      Understand the inherent challenges of Agile and Architecture
      Explain the opportunities for an Agile Architecture practice and what is involved
      Discuss the risks and ways to ensure success

      · Who is it intended for?

      This workshop is appropriate for everyone in an organization, including whole product teams: Developers, Testers, Analyst, Product Owners, Management, Technology Architects and representatives from the PMO.

      · Requirements

      This workshop is appropriate for everyone in an organization, including whole product teams: Developers, Testers, Analyst, Product Owners, Management, Technology Architects and representatives from the PMO.

      · What marks this course apart?

      “Most new products will fail – even if they are flawlessly executed! Its commonly reported over 80% of projects are unsuccessful either because they are over budget, late, missing functionality, or a combination. Moreover, 30% of software projects are so poorly executed that they are canceled before completion.”
      Do you want to find out if a product idea is actually what a customer will purchase, use and love? Has the ‘build and launch’ approach to product development cost your organization too much in time, money and lost opportunity? Do you want to inexpensively and quickly validate a product?

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      bamboo babe
      4.0 24/03/2019
      About the course: I took the online live course as I didn't have time due to my commitments but its effectiveness was worthwhile.
      Would you recommend this course?: Yes
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      Sara Coal
      5.0 24/03/2019
      About the course: I chose to attend an online course of cyber security with this comapany and it was quite an amazing experience for me.
      Would you recommend this course?: Yes
      Did this opinion help you? Yes (0)
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      Achievements for this centre

      2018

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      The average rating is higher than 3.7

      More than 50 reviews in the last 12 months

      This centre has featured on Emagister for 1 years

      Course programme


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      This workshop makes extensive use of exercises that provide students these hands on experiences:

      Accomplish tactical product visioning
      Develop collective understanding by building a Collaborative Product Charter
      Gain product understanding by capturing User Journeys in User Story Maps
      Gaining rapid feedback by applying Build-Measure-Learn of Lean Startup

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      Creating pretotypes (pretend prototypes) to validate product ideas in hours or days instead of weeks or months, and spending pennies instead of many thousands of dollars.

      Building components that provide incremental user value

      Creating release plans towards success in product implementation and delivery

      This workshop features an Active Learning component; here participants engage in presentations, discussions and activities for an in-workshop project and then apply that learning to their own product development.