Overview

As organizations begin leveraging structured Discovery and Rapid Prototyping practices, they're realizing the need to allocate committed capacity to these efforts. This is partly driven by the need to strengthen these foundational capabilities, but is also a reflection of the fact that without some level of ``ring fencing``, daily product delivery and support needs can quickly absorb time and focus intended for Discovery efforts.

This 1 day applied workshop focuses on exploring best practices in Discovery Team formation and methods and producing a clear, actionable plan to form and sustain a Discovery Team.

Schedule this Workshop
Workshop Duration

1 Day

Facilitation Method

On-site

  • Review the importance, roles and responsibilities of Discovery Teams
  • Understand best practices and successful approaches to Discovery Team formation
  • Define high level Jobs to Be Done (JTBD’s) specifically for your culture
  • Explore different structures and approaches to sustain and fully embed Discovery practices within your organization
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Lean Product Health
- Development of an Experimentation & Validation Mindset
- Improved Product Leadership
- Targeted Metrics for Success
- Clear Understanding of Team Maturity
- Improved Innovation Culture

Day 1:

  • Overview of the strategic importance of dedicated Discovery Teams
  • Explore best practices and successful approaches to Discovery Team formation
  • Review Roles & Responsibilities and common JTBD’s
  • Define high level Jobs to Be Done (JTBD’s) specifically for your culture
  • An overview of common Discovery Team structures
  • Explore approaches to sustain and fully embed Discovery practices within your organization
  • Review current team structures and identify high potential candidates for Discovery Team participation
  • Finalize proposed team structure, transition plans, and any incremental resourcing needs
  • Finalize comms and operational change management plans to support proposed Team Formation

Product Owners, Product Managers, Innovation Leads, Tech Leads, HR Leads, and Organizational Design specialists