|1.||Collaboratively design, test and modify a MVP (Minimum Viable Product) through at least two iterations;|
|2.||Evaluate a startup value proposition using 'validation' processes;|
|3.||Justify evidence-based decision-making to manage business risks and consequences; and|
|4.||Argue the potential of the startup value proposition in a pitch-style presentation.|
|Portfolio||Portfolio Item 1: Steps to Minimum Viable Product (MVP).||15%|
|Portfolio||Portfolio documenting the development of the Minimum Viable Product (MVP) (2 parts).||30%|
|Journal||Praxis reflective journal (3 parts).||30%|
|Presentation||Pitch-style, group presentation arguing the potential of the startup value proposition to make a positive impact in a sustainable fashion.||25%|
Running Lean: Iterate from Plan a to a Plan that Works 2nd
Ash Maurya, 2012
O'Rielly Media, Inc, also used in AEN2001
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