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Assumption Collecting

Assumption Collecting

 

1. Ensure the workshop includes key stakeholders of the project.

2. Get everyone to answer the following questions on sticky notes and Affinity Sort them as they are completed.

Business assumptions

• I believe my customers have a need to ...

• These needs can be solved with ...

• My initial customers are (or will be) ...

• The #1 value a customer wants to get out of my service is ...

• The customer can also get these additional benefits ...

• I will acquire the majority of my customers through ...

• I will make money by ...

• My primary competition in the market is ...

• We will beat them due to ...

• My biggest product risk is ...

• We will solve this through ...

• What other assumptions do we have that, if proven false, will cause our business /project to fail? ...

User assumptions

• Who is the user?

• Where does our product fit in his work or life?

• What problems does our product solve?

• When and how is our product used?

• What features are important?

• How should our product look and behave?

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