The Enterprise Lean Startup Survival Guide

Learn how to identify and address common organizational traps when introducing Lean Startup to large organizations.
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The Enterprise Lean Startup Survival Guide

Learn how to identify and address common organizational traps when introducing Lean Startup to large organizations.
21 reviews

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COURSE DESCRIPTION

This course is designed to educate those interested in using Lean Startup techniques within a large organization about common organizational traps and misconceptions.

We will cover how these practices vary from existing products to new disruptive products, but also how leadership styles and organizational design plays a role in your success.

This course will only take about 30 minutes to complete and should provide an introductory overview of how Lean Startup translates to large organizations. This is only the beginning.. 

    • Basic Understanding of Lean Startup
    • The intent to innovate
    • Over 7 lectures and 2.5 hours of content!
    • By the end of this course, you will be able to speak to the nuances of using Lean Startup in a large organization.
    • In this course, you will learn about Disruptive vs Sustaining Innovation, Leadership and Organizational Design.
    • Product Managers
    • Business Stakeholders
    • Intrapreneurs
    • Cutting Edge Leaders

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CURRICULUM

  • SECTION 1:
    The Nuances of Lean Startup in the Enterprise
  • 1
    Lean Startup for Disruptive Innovation
    06:07
    Lean Startup is ideal for new, disruptive initiatives in your organization. Learn how to pursue these without damaging your brand or measuring them with ROI metrics.
  • 2
    Lean Startup for Disruptive Innovation
    5 questions
  • 3
    Lean Startup for Sustaining Innovation
    05:52
    Lean Startup is useful when trying to navigate abnormal user behavior in your existing product. Learn how to leverage customer development to become more in sync with your confused users.
  • 4
    Lean Startup for Sustaining Innovation
    5 questions
  • 5
    Managing New Ideas, New Business Opportunities
    05:35
    Often when new ideas come up in our organizations they get left to one side as business as usual takes over.  Learn how we can manage new ideas and build upon opportunities for greater business growth and success.
  • 6
    Managing New Ideas, New Business Opportunities
    5 questions
  • 7
    Leading Through the Unknown
    07:52
    We are familiar with leadership concepts and how those apply to attaining organizational goals. We may also be familiar with the conditions in which startup environments work and thrive, and what t takes to enable such that.
    But do we understand what leadership looks like in a lean startup environment within a large organization, where the need for process precludes some of the freedoms we enjoy as startups?
  • 8
    Leadership in Lean Startup in the Enterprise
    4 questions
  • SECTION 2:
    Canvasing the Enterprise
  • 9
    Canvasing the Enterprise - A deeper look
    44:56

    Validated learning through enterprise lean startup requires coordination and communication across all areas of the organization. Two tools to help businesses align strategy and product are the business model canvas and the lean canvas. These low-tech tools give you a way to talk about your product and to brainstorm plans, in a way that everyone understands, from the coders to the c-suite executives. Let us show you how these lightweight tools can help you convey what you’d like to achieve.

    David Bland walks through:

    • The basics of business model generation and the lean canvas
    • How each canvas can be used to de-risk your existing and new product initiatives
    • Designing experiments to align business and product using the canvases and kanban

  • SECTION 3:
    Experiment Mapping
  • 10
    Experiment Mapping - Visualizing your riskiest assumptions
    01:06:40
  • 11
    Thank you
    Text

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REVIEWS

  • Tyler Dylan Brown
    Excellent!

    This is a great overview of applying Lean Startup, The Lean Canvas, The Business Model Canvas, Feature/Experiment validation boards, and more to the Enterprise.

  • TImothy Grammer
    Good overview on the benefits of Lean Startup thinking inside large corporations

    While the implementation of the idea can be very challenging in practice, this course presents some good reasonings and suggestions for using lean startup methodology and in particular, Alexander Osterwalder's Business Model Canvas, to generate better creation, visualization, and presentation of intrapreneurial projects inside large corporations.

  • Joel Bennett
    Good content, clear examples, wish pace was faster

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