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Proposed Experiment

[Proposed Experiment] Utility Test: Accuracy and Consistency of MVP Use (Case Study 2/3)- December Fiji 2019

Lean Phase: Solution

This experiment is a follow up of the 6 month case study which can be found here: https://projecteverest.crowdicity.com/post/2099510

Assumption: People are able to record their finances accurately and consistently for a month using a tech based budgeting system 

Time Box: 4 weeks

Success Metric:

  • % of users that record their information accurately 
  • % of users that record their financial information once a day

Criteria:

Success Point: 70% of people are able to accurately and consistently record their finances 

Green Light: Take back the validated learning from interactions with people and continue developing the MVP before moving on to currency testing 

Orange Light Range: 40-70% of people are able to accurately and consistently record their finances 

Orange Light: Iterate features to make the MVP more effective using user feedback and also consider a solution that delivers the UVP better.

Failure Point: Lower than 40% of people are able to accurately and consistently record their finances 

Red Light: Understand why people have difficulty recording their finances and redevelop the MVP accordingly. May have to revisit the UVP and carry out the offer testing again.

Experiment Build: 

  1. Distribute the MVPs to the case study villages: Biausevu, Vatukarasa and Naroro

  2. Conduct weekly or fortnightly check-ins to encourage use of MVP and provide assistance

  3. Monitor the use of the MVP daily from headquarters by looking at the data inputted into the spreadsheet

  4. Revisit Biausevu, Vatukarasa and Naroro at the end of the 4 weeks to retrieve feedback on the MVP

  5. Collate data and results

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Samantha Fisher 3 months ago

This experiment is one of the best that you've told us about, and I will try to get one of the fake document maker people to get on this experiment and do some reasoning on it. I am sure that it will be the best thing for a lot of people.

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