I'll show you how to accelerate your business idea into a stunning success.
The size of you start up doesn’t matter. I’ve taught this system to individual founders, right up to multi-national companies.
After this course you’ll be able to use the easy to implement strategies to create highly valued products and services which customers want to buy.
You'll also learn how to accelerate your business by focusing on just a few key areas.
I've made the 5 steps easy to understand and implement so anyone can follow and use these techniques.
This course has been used by thousands of start ups around the world.
I’ve broken this course down into 5 simple steps and have also included 3 BONUS sections.
Also included are document templates for you to download and use.
These will give your new venture added acceleration.
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In this module you will learn the 5 Key Elements for implementing Lean Start-up in your new business or project.
We outline What Lean Start-up is, who will benefit and why new businesses and project managers working in bigger companies need to use Lean Start-up.
The 5 Main Parts of Lean Start-up are;
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BONUS Material – In addition to the 5 Key Modules we have 3 supplementary modules on;
Each team member involved in developing the solution must complete a Time Box Form. This enables the manager to oversee the tasks and overall goals.
A Time Box typically lasts 10 days and on the form each day is given a number 1 - 10. It is logical to start a Time Box on a Monday (day 1) and finish on Friday the following week (day 10).
Working through the tasks in priority order (Musts, Shoulds, Coulds, Wonts), agree a list of tasks between the team members. The tasks should be allocated so that no one person has a disproportionate number of high priority tasks. It’s important that the number and scale of the Musts can feasibly be completed within the Time Box. A number, but not necessarily all, of the Shoulds will also be completed. If time allows teams members can also carry out Coulds.
At the end of a Time Box the changes made to the product, service or business process must provide an incremental improvement and must not reduce their functionality. This allows all stakeholders (managers, investors and customers) to see demonstrable benefits.
Any number of Time Boxes can be used in sequence to form an Epoch, and many Epochs can be chained together to form a perpetual process.
Break points which coincide with Epochs can be a useful management tool to assess the activities against wider objectives.
I’m a business owner, entrepreneur and Executive Producer of Let's Talk Business the UK's biggest national business radio programme. I help entrepreneurs and new business owners build high growth businesses with the minimum risk and in the quickest possible time.
I've worked with many world leading companies in strategy, communication and technology as well as with numerous small start-ups. I’ve developed and used what is now collectively called Lean Start-Up for over 25 years and I’m the author of Evo’ which is a vital part of the business start-up process.
As a business broadcaster and trainer I've met and helped thousands of business owners and entrepreneurs just like you.