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Throwback Thursday: Jim Womack on the Term “Lean” & Eric Ries on “Lean Startup”

Last Monday, I had the chance to attend a Lean Startup event in Austin where Eric Ries announced the launch of a Kickstarter project for a new book. 10 days ago isn’t much of a “throwback,” but bear with me. He was asked a question from the audience: “Do you wish you had used a […]

The Leader’s Guide on Kickstarter

Eric Ries, the author of The Lean Startup, is hoping to raise $135,000 for his next book The Leader’s Guide. Ries, launched the campaign at SXSW this week, and has already raised almost $130,000. The book will only be available as a limited edition to Kickstarter donors. Show More Summary

"The Lean Startup" Author Eric Ries Is Crowdsourcing His Next Book Via Kickstarter

The unusual publishing experiment will result in not one, but two titles. "Writing the last book was so painful, I swore I would never do it again," Eric Ries, author of the insanely popular business bible The Lean Startup, said hours after launching a Kickstarter campaign to announce not one, but two, new books. Read Full Story

Eric Ries: How to bring lean thinking to big companies

The bestselling Lean Startup author announces his next book--and how he plans to get you to help write it.

The Leader’s Guide

My friend Eric Ries, author of The Lean Startup, is writing a new book called The Leader’s Guide. He’s crowdfunding the research, writing, and production of this new book on Kickstarter and the campaign was launched today. I’ve already backed this project and you can too. Here’s the video that explains what it is about.

Lean Startup author Eric Ries is crowdfunding a new book, and backers will help him write it

Eric Ries, author of perhaps the most influential startup business book of the past decade, has today launched a Kickstarter campaign for a new book, called The Leader’s Guide Given the success of The Lean Startup, it’s no surprise Ries has a traditional publishing deal and doesn’t need to launch a crowdfunding campaign. Show More Summary

What the Father of Lean Startup Thinks You Need to Start Up

Eric Ries started a revolution with his book, The Lean Startup. It still resonates for everyone today.

I’m hosting a Q&A with Eric Ries at a private event on March 21st – here’s how to attend

Hi everyone, I’m hosting a fireside chat (whatever that is!) with Eric Ries on 3/21. It’ll be at a private event in the Dogpatch neighborhood of SF, and I’ve saved a few seats available for my regular readers to attend. A couple topics...Show More Summary

Fundable Acquires Mentorship Service As Part Of Its New Launch Platform,

2 months agoTechnology : TechCrunch

Equity crowdfunding platform Fundable is announcing that it has acquired, the Dan Martell-founded startup that connects entrepreneurs with mentors like Mark Cuban, Brad Feld, and Eric Ries over the phone. It was just under...Show More Summary

Before You Make That Pivot

3 months agoTechnology : TechCrunch

According to Eric Ries, A pivot is a “structured course correction designed to test a new fundamental hypothesis about the product, strategy, and engine of growth.”[1] The rise of the Lean Startup methodology, however, has led entrepreneurs to indulge and glorify the pivot without fully weighing the consequences. Show More Summary

What I’m Listening To: Atul Gawande, Toyota’s Jeff Miller, Eric Ries

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 […]

Big successes start small… but what is considered ‘small’?

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

Lean Startup and Design Thinking: 5 Things I've learned From Eric Ries

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

#668 Auguste Renoir

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

The 5 Biggest Mistakes Managers Make That Hinder A Lean Startup

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

This NYU dropout turned Lean Startup into software…and a global Machine

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

Why is your fundraising process ‘waterfall’ when your startup is ‘lean’?

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.

7 Takeaways for Entrepreneurs From the Lean Startup Conference

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

Moneyball and the Investment Readiness Level-video

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 […]

From the Kids’ Table to the Adults’ Table: Taking Relationships Seriously in a World of Networks

  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

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