Jess Scrivener's profile

Subscriptions

Sort by

EXPERIMENT DESIGN POST =  https://projecteverest.crowdicity.com/post/1018630 Lean Phase: Solution Assumption: There is a demand for the application and farmers are seeking information that can be found in the application. RESULTS Key Outcomes: This experiment surveyed a total of 47 people from 9 villages, to determine what farmers would potentially use the application for. Conclusion: Results have been summarised in the following table.   Most popular response...

Jess Scrivener
by Jess Scrivener
0 Votes
Comments 1
Jess Scrivener

Experiment Design https://projecteverest.crowdicity.com/post/933260 Lean Phase: Solution (Offer Testing) Assumption: Fijian farmers understand what pH is and why it is useful in regards to their farms and receiving tailored information. RESULTS Key Outcomes: Out of 47 farmers interviewed about pH and its importance in growing crops, only 8% attained a score of over ¾. Conclusion: Score 0/4 1/4 2/4 3/4 4/4 %...

Nadia Owuor
by Nadia Owuor
0 Votes
Comments 1
Nadia Owuor

Experiment Design Post: https://projecteverest.crowdicity.com/post/933220 Lean Phase: Solution (Sales) Assumption: Farmers are willing and able to  either buy the application or sign MoUs for future purchase RESULTS Key Outcomes: Pitched PEV and the FarmEd application to a total number of 63 farmers, resulting in 39 signed MOU’s, as well as 4 successful cash sales and downloads. Conclusion: Approximately 61.9% of farmers are interested in purchasing the application....

Nadia Owuor
by Nadia Owuor
0 Votes
Comments 1
Nadia Owuor

Lean Phase: Solution Assumption: That farmers demand a solution (the application) for diagnosis and treatment of pests and diseases Time Box: 4 Weeks Key Metrics: We will gauge whether farmers are carrying out at least two actions (some of which can be assisted by the FarmEd application) out of the following per month: Apply pesticide Plan to either plant, weed, apply pesticide or fertiliser Seek pest/disease information and/or solutions Remove or lose crops due to undiagnosed...

Jess Scrivener
by Jess Scrivener
0 Votes
Comments 3
Jess Scrivener

Lean Phase: Solution (MVP) Assumption: Farmers are pleased with the information the app delivers Time Box : 2 Weeks  Key Metrics : If farmers give 12/16 positive feedback in the survey it will indicate that they are pleased with the information provided by of the app. Success Point: At least 75% of farmers interviewed are pleased with the app   Green Light: Proceed with sales Continue with improving and developing channels Continue to add more information and resources to...

Jess Scrivener
by Jess Scrivener
0 Votes
Comments 3
Jess Scrivener

Lean Phase: Solution (Offer Testing) Assumption: Fijian farmers understand what pH is and why it is useful in regards to their farms and receiving tailored information. Time Box: 2 Weeks  Key Metrics: If farmers receive a score of 3/4 on the questionnaire it will indicate that they understand pH. Success Point: More than 60% of farmers scored 3/4 Green light: Farmers have demonstrated a sound understanding of pH Pitch sensor and discuss future sales of sensor once app is...

Jess Scrivener
by Jess Scrivener
0 Votes
Comments 2
Jess Scrivener

Blog subscription

Use the button above to subscribe or unsubscribe to the blog. This will notify you when new blog posts appear.

Blog post subscriptions

This lists any individual blog posts you may have subscribed to, which will notify you when people post new comments. Unsubscribing from the blog using the button above will not affect these subscriptions.

No posts found.
 

Jess Scrivener

Sydney, Australia

Joined this community on Nov 15, 2018

University or Company
USYD

Degree or Work area
Science

Reputation ranking

Ranking
135
Points
117

Following

0 in this community
Share