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Scope vs. Frequency in Defining a Minimum Viable Capability Roadmap: Part 2 of 3

Scope vs. Frequency in Defining a Minimum Viable Capability Roadmap: Part 2 of 3

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Bob Binder

As Soon as Possible In the first post in this series, I introduced the concept of the Minimum Viable Capability (MVC). While the intent of the Minimum Viable Product (MVP) strategy is to focus on rapidly developing and validating only essential product features, MVC adapts this strategy to systems that are too large, too complex, or too critical for MVP. MVC is a scalable approach to validating a system of capabilities, each at the earliest...

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Introducing the Minimum Viable Capability Strategy

Introducing the Minimum Viable Capability Strategy

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Bob Binder

It's common for large-scale cyber-physical systems (CPS) projects to burn huge amounts of time and money with little to show for it. As the minimum viable product (MVP) strategy of fast and focused stands in sharp contrast to the inflexible and ponderous product planning that has contributed to those fiascos, MVP has been touted as a useful corrective. The MVP strategy has become fixed in the constellation of Agile jargon and practices. However, trying to...

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