The Minimum Business Increment, presented by Al Shalloway
The Minimum Business Increment: Why It’s the Most Important Concept You May Never Have Heard Of
Presented by Al Shalloway
Director, Thought Leadership for Agile at Scale Programs, Project Management Institute
Join us for this webinar in which Al will discuss:
- The form of Agile Product Management
- Why epics, features and stories are not enough
- Lessons from the Lean Startup–The Minimum Viable Product (MVP)
- MVPs are not universally applicable
- Introducing the Minimum Business Increment (MBI)
- Contrasting the MVP with the MBI – they are different!
Key point: The Minimum Business Increment (MBI) is a key concept to use in product management. It represents the smallest increment of business value that can be released.
Continuing/Professional Development Units: Earn 1 CDU/PDU for attending this session
Speaker: Al Shalloway
Al Shalloway is the former founder and CEO of Net Objectives which was recently acquired by the Project Management Institute (PMI). He is now Director, Thought Leadership of Agile at Scale programs at PMI. Al was a co-founder of Lean Kanban University as well as a former SPCT, contributor and gold partner with SAFe. Al is the developer of FLEX, a comprehensive approach to creating effective value streams in all sizes of organizations. Al is the primary author of Design Patterns Explained, Essential Skills for the Agile Developer, Lean-Agile Software Development, The Lean-Agile Pocket Guide for Scrum Teams, and The Leanban Primer. He has a Masters in Computer Science from M.I.T. and a Masters in Mathematics from Emory University.
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