Breaking features into small, incremental changes
Performing at least one demo per week
(e.x. 40 releases during the product development)
Getting monthly product planning with a founder to define a roadmap for the team to understand objectives and stay motivated
Giving each feature an owner, engineer and product manager. Together they form a small team, which is responsible for releasing the feature
Preparing an early feature demo. That enables you to provide instant feedback and improve the feature before it is fully built
Working on automated releases. Features are automatically deployed to the test environment. During the MVP, changes are deployed multiple times per day
Performing daily planning & blockers resolution. Each team member publishes a plan for the day, yesterday's results and any blockers to resolve blockers quickly and coordinate better
Making granular changes. We break complex stuff into simple pieces and keep releasing changes to the product. That makes every release more stable and predictable
Monthly product plan: Define your product roadmap and team objectives.
Set feature owners: A team of one dev and PM responsible for each release.
Build small: Granular updates to constantly improve the product at a stable, predictable pace.
Regular demos: Give instant feedback on new ideas before they reach users.
Daily communication: See clear results and quickly solve any blockers stopping the next release.
Automated releases: Updates go straight to the test environment multiple times per day.