Rapidly and Inexpensively Deploy the Lean Startup Methodology
Collaboratively Use Business DNA Forensics
Started by Andrew Reasoa Feb 18, 2010.
Started by Rod. Last reply by Rod Dec 19, 2009.
Why I’m No Longer Using Steve Blank’s Thermometer for the “Investment Readiness Level”
On November 25, 2013, Steve Blank wrote in his blog an article, "It’s Time to Play Moneyball: The Investment Readiness Level." I really loved the article especially as it focuses on evidence-based entrepreneurship. Among the many…Continue
Posted by Rod on February 20, 2015 at 1:00pm
If you've read Lafley and Martin's "Playing to Win" book, you may realize that the Nested Truth Question (NTQ) is the most important question that should be examined for any plan, proposal, strategy, or hypothesis. As indicated in the above title, the format of the NTQ is: What "X" has to be true for "Y" to be true? In Lafley and Martin's book, the NTQ is presented as "What would have to be true?"
The Business DNA…Continue
Posted by Rod on February 5, 2015 at 10:09am
It is estimated that there are over 10,000 books that are published each year. No doubt, there are myriad ideas, theories, and tools in business. However, these business ideas, theories, and tools are fragmented and do not "speak" a common language. Specialists from different domains struggle to collaborate or speak a common language for business improvement and innovation projects. Consequently, people in business spend a lot of time and money to understand and…Continue
Posted by Rod on January 30, 2015 at 1:51pm
Posted by Rod on September 22, 2014 at 8:34am
Steve Blank is widely recognized as the Father of the Lean Startup Movement which focuses on applying a scientific experimental approach to projects that are launched under conditions of great uncertainty. The current focus of the Lean Startup movement is the development of business startups. For systematically discovering and validating a scalable business model, Steve Blanks uses a toolkit which he calls the “Customer Development…Continue
Posted by Rod on February 3, 2014 at 1:57pm
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