This post is about Minimum Viable Product, or MVP. This little acronym gets tossed around a lot here at Name.com, because we like innovation. Innovation is a wonderful thing, but it can be somewhat of an organizational nightmare for product management.
Our process goes like this: We decide that we want to add a new feature to a product or the website, but we’re not entirely sure how it’s going to work. We get a bunch of idea-driven stakeholders in a room, and we brainstorm about the feature. Suddenly we have 26 features that are all totally awesome, and we’re going to fit them all into one scoping document and one sprint to be finished in the next 2 weeks with only one developer working on it.
Oh, and it won’t need any testing either...Read More