How do you know that your product works? Slides from my Sri Lanka keynote.

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Here are the slides for my keynote How do you know that your product works, from the Colombo Agile Conference in Sri Lanka.

Henrik Kniberg

How do you know that your product works

Improving the value curve

Horizontal vs Vertical stories

How do you know that your product works


  • 1
    Josef Scherer
    2014-08-11 - 18:34 | Permalink

    Hi Hendrik,

    great presentation!

    I find the slide about improving the value curve and the metaphor of minimizing the distance a little bit misleading in this context.

    For me product development in a complex environment is mainly about
    – exploiting variability,(minimize risks and maximize opportunities)
    – fast market feedback for selection
    – low costs of learning (faster and with less effort)

    Nothing like risks and opportunities show up on these slides – in fact it is unclear what value exactly is in a complex environment.

  • 2
    2014-12-06 - 21:53 | Permalink

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    2014-12-12 - 20:24 | Permalink

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