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Save yourself months of wasted effort and the frustration of building something nobody wants by learning how to take the right action at the right time. In this Running Lean Workshop, you'll learn the methodology of the Lean Startup that will raise your odds of buiding successful products. Running Lean was developed through rigorous testing of the Lean Startup, Customer Development, and Bootstrapping techniques, and has been successfully applied to dozens of products ranging from b2c, enterprise, clean tech, and no tech products. What you'll learn * How do I find problems worth solving? * How do I document my business model? * How do I find early customers? * How do I systematically test my business model? * How do I build and measure what customers want?
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|Section 1: Running Lean overview|
Why Are Startups Hard?Preview
What Is Running LeanPreview
About and DisclaimersPreview
Document Your Plan APreview
Identify the riskiest parts of your planPreview
Systematically Test Your PlanPreview
The Process in ActionPreview
How I Iterated my bookPreview
|Section 2: Documenting your plan A|
Brainstorm Possible Customers
Sketching A Lean Canvas
Problems & Customer Segments
Unique Value Proposition
Testing The UVP
Finding Initial Prospects
Building Inbound Channels
Revenue Streams & Cost Structure
How To Price Your Product
|Section 3: Identify the riskiest parts of your plan|
Three Types Of Risk
Prioritize Where To Start
Seek External Advice
|Section 4: Systematically test your plan|
Test Your Plan With Experiments
Iteration Meta Pattern On The Lean Canvas
"Life's Too Short to Build Something Nobody Wants".
I have been an entrepreneur for more than a decade, and throughout that time I have been in search of a better, faster way for building successful products.
Then I ran into early works on Customer Development and Lean Startup pioneered by Steve Blank and Eric Ries. I joined in on the conversation and have been rigorously applying and testing these principles since then. I started sharing my learning on this blog, which then turned into a book, and subsequently into a series of products aimed at helping entrepreneurs raise their odds of success.
That is my mission and reason for being.
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