The Minimal Viable Product (MVP) celebrates its 20th anniversary in 2021. The concept was introduced by Frank Robinson in 2001. Steve Blank expanded on it in 2005 with the Customer Development Methodology. In 2011 Eric Reis popularized the MVP concept in his book The Lean Startup. Since 2001 there have been several attempts to improve on the core MVP concept. Like all breakthrough technology concepts, people just can’t leave good enough alone. Think Agile and SAFe, What has happened to the MVP on its 20th anniversary?