Eric Ries, author of – The Lean Startup talks about Vanity Metrics at an event at Microsoft’s San Francisco office.
Steve Blank’s Customer Development process, detailed in the indispensable and best-selling Four Steps to the Epiphany , was the foundation for the Lean Startup revolution. At Customer Development: The Second Decade, Steve will provide an exclusive peek “under the covers” at some of the many new rules and advancements that he and the ecosystem of [...]
Dave McClure and Eric Ries go head to head on all things “Lean Startup” at the Lean Geek Smackdown in Arlington, Virginia.
Top 10 Lessons Learned: 02:40 Lesson 1: Don’t Extrapolate from a single data point 04:38 Lesson 2: Our Finnish sayings have it all wrong 06:35 Lesson 3: You’ll have 100 reasons to quit early 10:55 Lesson 4: Everything is a chicken vs. egg problem – always 13:20 Lesson 5: The most common reason startups fail: Founders stop trying 21:38 Lesson 6: [...]
Interview with Randy Komisar, Author and VC on iteration and finding your way.
The current macroeconomic climate presents unparalleled opportunities for those that can thrive with constrained resources. The Lean Startup is a practical approach for creating and managing a new breed of company that excels in low-cost experimentation, rapid iteration, and true customer insight. It uses principles of agile software development, open source and web 2.0, and [...]
How does development look different at a startup where learning (rather than code) is our most important measure of progress?
Unlike large proven corporations, startups are temporary organizations on a search for a viable business model.
Erick Schonfeld interviews Eric Ries on the essence of the lean startup methodology.
Tom Hulme, IDEO Design Director and HackFwd Referrer, talks about entrepreneurship being a form of mad science. There is much chaos and uncertainty, but there are also great formulas for succeeding. We have more computing power in our smartphones than NASA had when they put a man on the moon, “so you have to start [...]