13. Mar, 2018

Eric Ries: "The Lean Startup" ...

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This morning I did read the article of Adam Lashinsky (http://adamlashinsky.net/) in Fortune.com called The Accidential Guru about Eric Ries and his book The Lean Startup. See details at http://fortune.com/2018/02/22/lean-startup-eric-ries/. It basically covers the way of Eric from a software developer to a Corporate Guru after writing the book.

If you are interested in Eric's book, there are several possibilities requiring different amount of time and money 😉:

Whatever works best for you.

According to Eric Ries a startup is "a human institution designed to bring something new under conditions of extreme uncertainty". And he has 5 PRINCIPLES OF THE LEAN STARTUP:

  1. Entrepreneurs are Everywhere
  2. Entrepreneurship is Management
  3. Validated Learning
  4. Innovation Accounting
  5. Build-Measure-Learn

Sounds easy and could be common sense, what a pity that I did not get the idea 😉. Maybe next time?

I believe for the first time in history, entrepreneurship is now a viable career. Eric Ries, American - Businessman Born: September 22, 1979,  https://www.brainyquote.com/authors/eric_ries 

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