1st tuesday of the month
15:00 - 17:00
Reception, 1st floor, betahaus
Successful products and services have one thing in common: they solve a real user problem and deliver a positive experience. But how do you ﬁnd the right problem-solution ﬁt? The answer is through minimum viable experiments. As the world becomes more and more digitalized and the product lifecycle shorter, the need for faster decision-making increases. The only way to stay competitive is to base decisions on real user feedback through experimentation, hypothesis validation and continuous learning and iterating.
How can we help:
You are not sure if you are solving the right problem?
You don’t know how to turn you product idea into an experiment?
You don’t know how to measure success?
You generated (user) data, but don’t know how to move on to the next experiment?
About Event holder
Jan is CEO of relevantive, a lean innovation consultancy which he founded in 2001. relevantive enables companies of any size (from BMW to startups) to gain speed and customer orientation in development and innovation. This is mostly achieved through putting Lean Startup concepts at the core of the processes and company culture. Jan studied organizational sociology and ethnography in Regensburg, Mainz, Chicago and Lausanne. When not being with his kids, he loves running, programming and SciFi literature / movies.