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10/29 agenda. Envisioneering goal — 5 minutes Where we are and where you should be — 5 minutes Value proposition presentation — 20 minutes Value proposition exercise — 15 minutes Q&A . envisioneering goal.

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10 29 agenda
10/29 agenda
  • Envisioneering goal — 5 minutes
  • Where we are and where you should be — 5 minutes
  • Value proposition presentation — 20 minutes
  • Value proposition exercise — 15 minutes
  • Q&A
envisioneering goal
envisioneering goal

Business Goal 1.3  Active team participation in weekly Envisioneering Team product development activities, meeting established guidelines and project presentation/documentation timeline.

Metric:

  • Team Participation
    • Build background on key aspects of product development process
    • Consult with Advisory Team as needed for guidance
    • Participate in weekly one-hour working sessions with active engagement in sharing team’s responsibilities
  • Process
    • Learn and understand key components of Product Planning Tool.
    • Learn to focus on customer-centric problem solving
    • Conceptualize a new digital product, aligned with Planning Tool
    • Contribute to project documentation and presentation to Advisory Team

Weight: 5%

schedule
schedule
  • 10/15: team meeting re. research plan/target segments
  • 10/22 team meeting re. research plan/target segments
  • 10/29 group meeting: value proposition/competitive advantage
  • 11/5 team meeting re. value proposition/competitive advantage
  • 11/12 team meeting re. value proposition/competitive advantage
  • 11/19 group meeting: launch plan/key deliverables
  • 11/26 no meeting
  • 12/3 team meeting re. launch plan/key deliverables
  • 12/10 final team meetings
  • 12/17 presentations
creating a strong value proposition

creating a strong value proposition

excerpted from Sandi Kirshner and Megan Galvin’s Kiawah presentation

value proposition
Value Proposition

How a product (or service or company) solves a customer problem by delivering specific benefits that the competition does not offer.

the value proposition is not
The Value Proposition is NOT

a promise

a tag line or catch phrase

a positioning statement

value proposition the statement
Value proposition: The Statement
  • Headline around end benefit offered (What you’re solving)
  • 2 - 3 bullet points that back up the claim (How you do it)
  • 1 - 3 sentences on how the offering is unique (How you’re better)

“Good value propositions are genuine, authentic, and truly built around the voice of the customer.” – Neil Marquardt

ngl sample
NGL Sample

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- Submitted by Vincent Grosso

cl sample
CL Sample

Aplia for Principles of Management helps you to get your students to think like a manager. Where other solutions simply test comprehension of management principles, Aplia’s unique progression of content leads students through a learning taxonomy. Students start with basic knowledge questions, move to higher level application questions, and end with a case-like question that requires them to make decisions and apply their understanding to show that they can think like a manager – and so you can assess them as one.

-Submitted by Erin Joyner

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What you’re solving

Aplia for Principles of Management helps you to get your students to think like a manager. Where other solutions simply test comprehension of management principles, Aplia’s unique progression of content leads students through a learning taxonomy. Students start with basic knowledge questions, move to higher level application questions, and end with a case-like question that requires them to make decisions and apply their understanding to show that they can think like a manager – and so you can assess them as one.

How you’re better and PROVING IT

How you do it

know your competition
Know your competition
  • Get into their product
  • Create grids/comparison charts
  • Talk to their users
  • Talk to your users
  • What are the competitors claiming?
more resources and info
More resources and info
  • http://www.rocketwatcher.com/blog/2012/08/startu-value-proposition-worksheet.html
  • http://www.inc.com/karl-and-bill/3-rules-of-a-compelling-value-proposition.html
  • http://blog.kissmetrics.com/dominate-your-market/
  • http://www.impactbnd.com/10-value-propositions-you-wish-you-had/
envisioneering teams
Envisioneering teams
  • Draft a concise value store in two paragraphs or less that identifies the problem you are solving and how you are solving it.
    • What is the value of your product?
    • How does it stand out in the marketplace? How would you want a sales rep to distinguish it?
    • What makes it compelling? Will it delight the customer?
in session exercise
In-session exercise
  • Paper clip
  • Post-its
  • Shoelace
  • Zipper
  • Button
  • Safety pin

Break into groups and come up with a simple value proposition for one of the items to the right

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