At Neo, we developed a 12 week process to go from concept to MVP. It included customer development and some degree of sales/marketing. It's very experiment focused.
Is that the sort of thing you need?
I can ping you directly to chat about the framework in more detail. Anyone else want to discuss this offline in realtime, I'd be happy to. :)
UPDATE 2: Would also note that our work at Neo was derived from a variety of sources, including Steve Blank, Eric Ries, Ash Maurya, Janice Fraser, and many others, and then remixed and mashed up with our own experience. All of this is open and not anyone's precious IP. We never produced a specific documentation or white paper, so whatever I have is spread out in different blog posts and case studies. FWIW, Neo was acquired last month by our friends at Pivotal Labs, and Pivotal may take more care to publicize the process once they incorporate it. In the meantime, if folks think it'd be useful for me to write a blog post or two detailing our method as more of a step-by-step recipe, perhaps I can do that.
UPDATE2: I'll take those updates as a yes, that it would be useful. So, I'll put something together in the next couple weeks and post it at bit.ly/startup-patterns
. Stay tuned...
UPDATE3: OK! Here it is, folks: http://www.startuppatternsbook.com/twelve-week-mvp/
There is probably a lot more detail I could add, but this is the basic flow. I'll try and continue to flesh it out as I remember bits and pieces. Would love your feedback.