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Minimum Viable Product (MVP) refers to the simplest form of a product or service emphasising the core benefits for its intended customers. This course aims to demystify the product design process so that you can take your seed of an idea and grow it on a global scale. With the guidance of Industry Professor Tom Mcbride you’ll uncover the facts, fictions and debunk the myths that surround entrepreneurship and the minimum viable product.
In this course, you will regularly have the opportunity to share and view the work of other learners. By taking this course, you will have the opportunity to not only increase your knowledge, but also a chance to build real relationships with likeminded people. What are you waiting for? Start building your entrepreneurial network today!
This course is relevant for those who have a business idea or product idea and want to learn how to turn it into something viable.
Tom McBride has worked in the software industry for more than 25 years with most recent experience in both project management and quality assurance. He is involved with software engineering standards development with both Standards Australia and the International Standards Organization where he has helped to develop several standards.
He watched the emergence of eXtreme Programming and the various forms of agile development with some interest. Having also studied the similarities between Toyota Manufacturing System and software development, reading Eric Ries's "Lean Startup" was something of an "Ah Ha" moment. Once you see it, you see it everywhere and the whole concept of a "Minimum Viable Product" becomes the natural way of doing things.
Prepare to be surprised at how easy, engaging and accessible online learning is! Enrol in this free taster to experience UTS’s approach to online and blended learning for local, international, undergraduate and postgraduate students.
Learn tools, processes and methodologies to help you adapt to disruption and complex problems.
Link copyright and human rights and understand the impact on issues like access to education
Get ahead of the curve and innovate for success with Silicon Valley’s four most prominent Innovation Frameworks.
This leading resource is designed for organisations addressing modern slavery in their operations and supply chains. The course provides practical guidance on the supply chain reporting requirements set out in Australia’s Modern Slavery Act.