Product Development

Spring 2011 Singapore Semester

How do you get from an idea to an offering? What are strategies to identify and prioritize features? How do you take a product definition and turn it into a development plan? What should comprise a minimum viable product? What are effective strategies to build your first offering? What are common mistakes that you should avoid when planning and building an offering?

Goal:
Plan and start building your offering.

Date:
2011-06-01, 06:30 PM

Mentors


8.55
Roger Yee
Investor/LP, Fortify Ventures

Roger is a veteran of start-ups, having founded three companies that included investor-backed funding and successful exits through acquisitions and IPOs. His previous companies and executive roles include ShadowLogic, Inc. (CEO), a cybersecurity services company; LaunchFu...

7.15
Carl Coryell Martin
Practice Manager, Singapore, Pivotal Labs

Carl Coryell-Martin has worked with agile software methods since 2000 when he implemented the practices in Kent Beck's Extreme Programming Explained in his first startup. Currently, he's the Practice Manager for Pivotal Lab’s new Singapore development office and is lookin...

8.35
Alvin Yap
CEO, TheMobileGamer Pte Ltd

Alvin is the CEO of TheMobileGamer, an award-winning and venture funded startup based in Singapore. TMG develops mobile social games played by over 2.5 million users across SEA and thousands more are joining each day.

8.35
Steven Goh
CEO & Co-Founder, mig33

Steven is well experienced in developing and delivering successful Internet services for consumers, having first founded Australia’s first online stock brokerage company Sanford Securities Limited, prior to co-founding mig33. Steven is recognized as an authority on contem...

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