minimum viable product (MVP), Lean Startup, and Story Maps.
The research paper is about minimum viable product (MVP), Lean Startup, and Story Maps. What are they and how are they interrelated? Thoughts coming from sources, either directly quoted or paraphrased, must be cited using the APA Style of writing
This research paper should be no more than 12 pages in length, excluding cover page, table of contents, references and appendix (if you think is required). In addition to the textbooks by Howard Podeswa (The Agile Guide to Business Analysis and Planning: From Strategic Plan to Continuous Value Delivery, by Howard Podeswa, Pearson Addison-Wesley, Pearson Education, Inc. 2021, ISBN-13: 978-0-13- 419112-6) (Chapter 7, Chapter 12, Chapter 13, Chapter 18), Eric Brechner (Chapter 3), and which is required you must also use a minimum of five (5) different sources of information to support your work.
You must comply with the APA Style of writing.
The paper must include the following sections (with clearly marked bold headers for each section below):
1. Overview of MVP and its types – Origin and types
2. Overview of Lean Startup – Origin and the process
3. Overview of Story Mapping – Origin and functions
4. Why and how Leap of Faith and MVPs are critical tools in the lean startup approach
5. How MVPs and Story Mapping complement Each Other
Your main reference for this research paper should primarily be the textbook written by Howard Podeswa. In particular, Chapters 7, 12, 13, 18 (not necessarily the entire chapters but definitely some sections of these chapters relate to these research questions). Consequently, you need to study this textbook, use it as a guidance and main reference to do your research paper and in doing so for the required five (5) additional sources you may use the sources that Podeswa has used and are cited in those chapters. However, you cannot use the exact quotations that Podeswa has cited in his book. You need to do your own digging.
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