What do Silicon Valley and Todd Park, CTO of the United States, have in common? They're both bullish on the Lean Startup approach to entrepreneurship, described in Eric Ries' bestseller The Lean Startup.
Lean startups find ways to start small and connect with customers; they use measurement and ongoing innovation to test and refine hypotheses rather than wasting time and money on risky bets.
Want to apply these ideas in your environment? The Lean Startup Workshop is a practical, hands-on workshop designed to help you do that.
The course will be a mixture of lectures, simulations, and exercises, all designed to help you understand and apply the key ideas.
|Startups and Lean|
|Exercise: Observing Users|
|Lean Startup Principles|
|How a Startup Works|
|Exercise: Estimating Market Size|
|Case Studies: Lean Startup Principles in Action|
|Customer Development: Get Out of the Building|
|Exercise: Customer Interview|
|The Business Model Canvas|
|Exercise: Your Business Model|
|The Minimum Viable Product|
|Exercise: Closing in on an MVP|
|Exercise: Fill the Funnel|
|Pivot: Change Direction Without Starting Over|
|Exercise: Pivot or Perish|
|Managing Projects: Plans, Kanban, Continuous Delivery, and More|
|Applying Lean Startup Ideas In Your Environment|
To ensure a successful class, we require the following facilities:
Once an agreement for the workshop is confirmed, we will work with your designated contact to ensure that the environment is configured properly prior to the workshop.