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Go from Idea to MVP – FAST!

The 3 surprising discovery techniques that 10X your innovation cycle

Wanna find out how mega-successful innovators find product/market fit WITHOUT spending months of time on extensive studies or upfront design? In this free training, you’ll learn 3 powerful and surprising discovery techniques that can 10X your product innovation cycle – and 3 quick tips for putting those techniques into practice right now. You’ll discover:

  1. How coaching hundreds of design teams worldwide revealed huge, costly blunders in MVP experiments
  2. How dozens of early-stage teams are using Game Thinking techniques to save months of time and wasted effort
  3. How leading startups like Slack and Crowdstar use these techniques to build products that people love and come back to
  4. How the CEO of fast-growing startup Pley used Game Thinking discovery techniques to go from idea to validated MVP in 5 weeks
  5. Learn how to accelerate YOUR path to product/market fit by applying these powerful, proven success habits to your business.

amy-jo-kimAbout the presenter:  Amy Jo Kim, Ph.D., co-founder, Shufflebrain | Creator of Getting2Alpha – a proven system for accelerating innovation.

Amy Jo Kim is a world-renowned social game designer, community architect & startup coach. She’s helped thousands of entrepreneurs innovate faster & smarter with her Getting2Alpha programs. Her design credits include Rock Band, The Sims, eBay, Netflix, Cover Fashion, indiegogo, nytimes.com, Ultima Online, Happify, Pley and numerous startups. Named by Fortune as one of the top 10 influential women in games, Amy Jo pioneered the idea of applying game design to digital services, and is well known for her 2000 book, Community Building on the Web.

She holds a PhD in Behavioral Neuroscience from the University of Washington (along with a BA in Experimental Psychology) and is an adjunct Game Design professor at the USC School of Cinematic Arts. Her new book, Built To Evolve, explores how to bring game design, systems thinking and lean/agile principles together to drive 21st-century innovation.