METHODOLOGIES 3.0. &
TECH INNOVATION SPRINTS
Define & develop projects, faster. Close deals, create products and develop business models more efficiently
Agile definition and implementation of highly complex projects:
My method accelerates the definition and development of projects by reducing the sales closure time and increasing the conversion of projects.
Designed either for companies who need to define or especially for companies which need that definition to close deals & sales.
Innovation Tech Sprints | Make business agile
(Based on design sprints GV, Design Thinking, Lean Startups and Scrum)
HOW DID TECH INNOVATION SPRINTS CHANGE MY DAY TO DAY?
After seeing that we all encounter the same common problem when it comes to managing teams, projects and sales.
I started adapting several agile
methods and combining them until I found my personal approach which helps in sales, makes possible to develop ideas & products faster.
Eli Bernal – Don’t stop until you are proud of it
1. Understand new technologies
2. Define goals &challenges
3. Validate with experts which technologies fit better
4. Prototype the MVP
5. Develop a backlog and estimate costs
6. Test and decide if its worth it for a real implementation.
Digital transformation, developing technology and complex
The 5 steps of the framework are:
1. Understand & define goals, & sketch solutions
2. Expert validation of technologies/ solutions
3. Prototyping the MPV (& its features)
4. MVP backlog & Stories / Cost estimation
5. Test & determine if implementation is viable for kick off
Based on the main frameworks of the methodologies below:
Agile & Scrum | Software development
Management 3.0. | High performing teams
Management 3.0, Jurgen Appelo
Management 3.0 is a movement of innovation, leadership and management. Management 3.0 is redefining the definition of leadership with management as a group responsibility. It’s about working together to find the most efficient way for a business to achieve its goals while maintaining the happiness of workers as a priority. Management 3.0 is a global management revolution that brings together thousands of project managers, mid-level managers, CEOs and entrepreneurs, developing solutions together, using games to encourage employee feedback and team collaboration.
Google Design Sprints | Testing Concepts
Google Design Sprints
The sprint is a five-day process for answering critical business questions through design, prototyping and testing ideas with customers. Developed at GV, it’s a “greatest hits” of business strategy, innovation, behavior science, design thinking, and more. The sprint gives teams a shortcut to learning without building and launching. Five-phased framework that helps answer critical business questions through rapid prototyping and user testing. The Google design sprint framework was created in 2010 by Google, taking methods from other disciplines. Tested by: Spotify, Airbnb, Harry Potter and many more.
Design Thinking | Concept Creation
Design-thinking firms stand apart in their willingness to engage in the task of continuously redesigning their business…to create advances in both innovation and efficiency—the combination that produces the most powerful competitive edge.” Apple, Coca-Cola, IBM, Nike, Procter & Gamble and Whirlpool have outperformed the S&P 500 over the past 10 years by an extraordinary 219%, according to a 2014 assessment by the Design Management Institute.
Lean startup | Agile business
Lean Startup methodology has as a premise that every startup is a grand experiment that attempts to answer a question. The question is not “Can this product be built?” Instead, the questions are “Should this product be built?” and “Can we build a sustainable business around this set of products and services?” This experiment is more than just theoretical inquiry; it is a first product. If it is successful, it allows a manager to get started with his or her campaign: enlisting early adopters, adding employees to each further experiment or iteration, and eventually starting to build a product.
Customer Development | Approach
Customer development is a four-step framework, originally identified by Steve Blank (Silicon Valley) to discover and validate that you have identified a need(s) that customers have, built the right product to satisfy that customer’s need(s), tested the correct methods for acquiring and converting customers, and deployed the right resources in the organization to meet the demand for the product. The framework provides a way to use a scientific approach to validate assumptions about your product and business.
Validate your idea or prototype in 48 hours
Check and download the materials if you are interested in learning a little bit more about how this can help.