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Lean Phase : Solution Brief intro/background:  What is the problem you are solving, in what context and to which customer segment Solution: What are the top 3 features of your solution and how do these features address your customers problems?  - if it is a service, explain it - if it is a product, explain the specs and features Has there been any feedback/testing done on your solution? Has it resulted in any changes or modifications? Next steps: list if appropriate    

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Lean Phase: UVP Things to remember when writing your UVP: - Derive your UVP from the #1 problem you are solving - Target your early adopter - A good UVP gets inside the head of your customers and focusses on the benefits your customers derive after using your product. - Answer  what, who and why.  What is your product and who is the customer. The Why is often put as a subheading For E.g. Lean Canvas - business model validation software Helping startups raise their odds for...

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Lean Phase: Problem Statement Aim:  What is this post trying to identify Introduction:  What is the context of this project (and industry) and the ideal customer that you are targetting?  Problems: 1) What are the top 3 problems that your customer segment is facing? How and why do they occur? 2) How does it make them  feel  ? 3) How are they currently solving this problem? Who else is operating in this space and are their solutions working? Essentially, this post needs to...

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Lean Phase:  Customer Segment Introduction:  Briefly describe what the project is focussing on. 1-2 sentences Customer Segments identified:  A customer is someone who will be willing to pay for your product/service. You can identify 3-4 customer segments in this section along with a justification and research to support your hypothesis of this segment Early Adopters: out of the customer segments identified above, which one have you identified to be your early adopter (ideal) and...

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CURRENCY TEST EXPERIMENT TEMPLATE Lean Phase:  UVP What phase of the lean process are you in? Eg. Customer Segment, Offer Testing/Value Proposition, MVP/Solution, Supply Chain etc Assumption:   What is the assumption that you want to test? The purpose of experimentation is to validate whether the assumption is correct or not and thus learn from this process. Time Box:    Over what period of time will this experiment be conducted? Should be between 3-4 hours Success...

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Experiment Results

Reference to Experiment Post: .  [PROPOSED EXPERIMENT]: TEMPLATE AMISEN APRIL 2019 This experiment focused on validating … Experiment post:  https://projecteverest.crowdicity.com/post/1315330 Lean Phase:  Customer Segment & Problem Assumption: Results: Channel 1: X households were visited Y of the people engaged in the survey and Z finished the survey etc Of the that we through the survey with, “Z” agreed with the statement of feeling … because of… and provided...

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Lean Phase:  Channel Testing/ Offer Testing etc.  Assumptions: Problem assumption  Time Box:   x days or weeks Success Metric Expected reach and conversion rate.  How will you measure your conversion rate? Number of EOIs received or "next steps" taken.  Criteria: Green Light- What will you do if you're successful Success Point – eg. >x% conversion rate.  Orange Light – Re-evaluate the ... Failure Point –  Red Light – What will you do to move...

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