How do we determine the right set of features to build into an early product, prototype, or MVP? It’s important to make the decision based on quantitative and qualitative data, however in practice, it is often difficult to reconcile the two. In this talk, Nick will show you how he and his team at Kromatic have used Storyboarding to help product teams prioritize their builds, and determine which experiments to run.
About the Instructor:
Nick Noreña is an innovation coach based out of Berkeley, CA, who has spent the last 8 years working in the startup and corporate innovation space. He has worked with over 100 businesses as a coach, educator, and entrepreneur. Nick specializes in helping early stage startup or corporate teams validate their business ideas. He has worked with companies such as Jaguar Land Rover, IDEO, Walmart, Center for Creative Leadership, Unilever, and the Asian Development Bank. His favorite project in recent memory was co-designing and running a 10-week training program for aspiring startup coaches and accelerator managers in Vietnam in cooperation with the Innovation Partnership Program. With his remaining hours, Nick volunteers his time in the startup community helping early stage founders validate their business ideas.
Meeting Leader: Eugene Chen
PDU Info: 2.0 Technical
PMI Silicon Valley Members: $5.00
Veterans: FREE (Contact Meeting Leader for discount code.)
This event is a professional society meeting, held for the benefit of its members. The Plan Ahead registration fee paid is based on the registrant's ability to commit to attendance, ahead of time. The registration fee will not be refunded for any reason, other than event cancellation. The PMI - Silicon Valley Chapter reserves the right to make last minute changes to program content and speakers, as circumstances dictate.
|Event End Date||06-15-2021|
|Registration Start Date||03-29-2021|
|Cut off date||06-14-2021|
|No. of Leadership PDUs||2.0|