The Lean Product Playbook - How to innovate with minimum viable products and rapid customer feedback


How much do I want to read more? 8/10

A very nice book to read for anyone building a product or a service. Make sure you build the right thing, and get inspired to get the right idea from the begining before inversting too much time.
The added value here, compared with the classic "The lean startup" is not only to get the big ideas, but to know how to apply them.


Introduction: Why Products Fail and How Lean Changes the Game

Building great products is hard.

WHY PRODUCTS FAIL

The main reason products fail is because they don’t meet customer needs in a way that is better than other alter- natives.

WHY THIS BOOK?

to fill the knowledge gaps faced by many people who want to create a product using Lean Startup principles.

The Product-Market Fit Pyramid

five key components: your target customer, your customer’s underserved needs, your value proposi- tion, your feature set, and your user experience (UX).

The Product-Market Fit Pyramid:

  1. Determine your target customers
  2. Identify underserved customer needs
  3. Define your value proposition
  4. Specify your minimum viable product (MVP) feature set 5. Create your MVP prototype
  5. Test your MVP with customers

WHO IS THIS BOOK FOR?

HOW THIS BOOK IS ORGANIZED

http://leanproductplaybook.com, as a place to share and discuss those new ideas.


Part I - Core Concepts

Chapter 1 - Achieving Product-Market Fit with the Lean Product Process

Product-market fit is a wonderful term because it captures the essence of what it means to build a great product.

WHAT IS PRODUCT-MARKET FIT?