Here is a definition of Minimal Viable Product - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Minimum_viable_product.
This is not new but perhaps it is new to our thinking from a learning perspective.
It is much more than a pilot - a Minimal Viable Product might never change - it might be a useful product forever.
In Georgia LEARNS 2016 we amplified the concept of Improv that Lisa Fey introduced to us in 2015. We referred to it as a "yes and..." mindset.
This mindset shift helped us adopt the Minimal Viable Product as a component of the Accountable Learning Organization model.
Each panelist will be asked to respond to how Minimal Viable Product relates to their application of the Accountable Learning Model to a current problem (one of the 10 defined on 2016 or a different one of their choice.)
Remarkable Speaker: Erick Allen https://www.linkedin.com/in/erickallen/
Moderator: Brian Dooling https://www.linkedin.com/in/dooling/
I use the following analogy to help me apply Minimal Viable Product thinking:
Stage of Product:
Todd Thurston suggested that we include a 6th level - "orbit." We have and this has now become part of the ALO(sm) Framework.