I’ve occasionally had a “What I’m Reading” post, where I share links to articles that I’ve enjoyed that don’t necessarily merit a whole blog post. Today is about “What I’m Listening To” — podcasts that I’ve heard and want to share (beyond the episodes I have created for my own podcast series, which will be […]
Nihar Sawant is the co-founder of Expojure. This post originally appeared on his Medium blog. If you are follower of Eric Ries’s ‘Lean Startup Methodology’ then you must have heard the term ‘Minimal Viable Product.’ Before beginning with any task, it is better to start with small things rather than directly jump on the big picture. Show More Summary
Photo Copyright Cosmin Gheorghe A startup is a human institution designed to create something new under conditions of extreme uncertainty. [...] Entrepreneurship is the management discipline that deals [in a scientific way] with those situations of high uncertainty. Show More Summary
Voila se qui me vient en tete quand je pense a mes annee d'art graphique. Merci a Jacques Bablon et a tout mes professeurs. Et pardon a Robert,Philippe,Eric,Pierre,Isabelle,Gladys,Michael,Catherine pour ces petite caricatures de rien du tout comme aurais dit Paul Grimault. Show More Summary
From focusing too much on costs to ignoring gaps in their teams' skills, managers often make these mistakes--and they're holding your lean startup back. Eric Ries popularized a revolutionary term and inspired a movement in his 2011 book The Lean Startup. Show More Summary
When a New York University student came to Eric Ries with a plan to turn the Lean Startup method into workshops held in cities around the world, The Lean Startup author and serial entrepreneur was skeptical. He didn't see how the method...Show More Summary
Guest Post: Here are 5 of Eric Ries’ lean startup principles that you can apply to the fundraising process to increase your odds of success.
The Lean Startup movement stems from Eric Ries' best-selling book describing the "build -measure-learn" mantra. Building on the momentum was the Lean Startup Conference, which just finished December 11 in San Francisco. It was a gift...Show More Summary
Eric Ries was kind enough to invite me to speak at his Lean Startup Conference. In the talk I reviewed the basic components of the Lean Startup and described how we teach it. I observed that now that we’ve built software to instrument and monitor the progress of new ventures (using LaunchPad Central), that we […]
Note from Beth: Last week I published an interview with Lean Start Up author, Eric Ries, that talked about how the lean start up ideas apply to the nonprofit sector. One of the themes that bubbled up in our conversation was the relationship...Show More Summary
Conrad Egusa is the co-founder of Espacio, the co-owner of Colombia Reports, and is currently a mentor at The Founder Institute. Lean Startup: the name itself evokes images of a computer science graduate working on the next big idea in …
A few months ago, Eric Ries and his team invited me to cover the The Lean Start Up Conference this week. With over 1,500 attendees and a line up of inspiring and diverse speakers, I walked away with an even stronger feeling that Lean Start Up principles are not just for scrappy tech start ups, that many industries can benefit – including nonprofits.… Read More
Highlights, photos and takeaways from the Lean Startup conference held in San Francisco on Dec. 9-10, 2013. Speakers included Reid Hoffman, Eric Ries, Steve Blank and others. Continue reading ?
After their recorded conversation, it was great to see John Shook, CEO of LEI, and Eric Ries, Author of The Lean Startup together on stage at Day 2 of The Lean Startup Conference in SF. Some in the software-dominated Lean Startup movement need to be reminded that Lean concepts have their origins in the auto industry […]
Eric Ries spoke with Inc. about startup management at the Lean Startup Conference going on in San Francisco this week. Eric Ries is best known for pioneering the Lean Startup movement, a methodology designed to eliminate waste during a company's development. Show More Summary
Eyes rolled and snarky jokes were muttered last night at the closing session of the first day of Eric Ries’ Lean Startup Conference. For the Monday finale, Ries brought four employees and executives from General Electric — yes, the giant bureaucratic corporation that makes your dishwashers and air conditioners — to talk about the company’s innovative endeavors....
Today and tomorrow, I’m attending the Lean Startup conference in San Francisco (the event produced by Eric Ries, the author of The Lean Startup). I’ll be learning a lot of ideas, by attending presentations and networking, that will be applicable over at KaiNexus. I’ll be taking notes in this open Google Doc. I was accepted […]
Eric Ries, “Lean Startup” thought-leader extraordinaire, has had trouble recruiting speakers for his conference. “I would ask my friends to speak, and they would be really interested. Then I would say, ‘This is that story you need to tell. Remember that time you really fucked up?’” Ries says. “All of a sudden, they’d be less interested.” Ries is...
Our Q&A session with two Lean UX superstars, Eric Ries (author of The Lean Startup) and Laura Klein (author of UX for Lean Startups), is now available on demand. Curious about what you can learn from Eric and Laura? Here’s … Read Mo...
Sponsored Post A “pivot” can be defined as a company’s decision to shift its core purpose or business model to optimize for success. In fact, technophile and blogger Eric Ries, author of The Lean Startup, suggests that all companies have pivoted in one way or another, some at earlier stages than others. Show More Summary