The Lean Startup

About the Author: Eric Ries

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  • Hardcover
  • 299 pages
  • The Lean Startup
  • Eric Ries
  • English
  • 26 April 2018
  • 0307887898

The Lean Startup Most startups fail But many of those failures are preventable The Lean Startup is a new approach being adopted across the globe, changing the way companies are built and new products are launched Eric Ries defines a startup as an organization dedicated to creating something new under conditions of extreme uncertainty This is just as true for one person in a garage or a group of seasoned professionals in a Fortune 500 boardroom What they have in common is a mission to penetrate that fog of uncertainty to discover a successful path to a sustainable business.The Lean Startup approach fosters companies that are both capital efficient and that leverage human creativity effectively Inspired by lessons from lean manufacturing, it relies on validated learning, rapid scientific experimentation, as well as a number of counter intuitive practices that shorten product development cycles, measure actual progress without resorting to vanity metrics, and learn what customers really want It enables a company to shift directions with agility, altering plans inch by inch, minute by minute.Rather than wasting time creating elaborate business plans, The Lean Startup offers entrepreneurs in companies of all sizes a way to test their vision continuously, to adapt and adjust before it s too late Ries provides a scientific approach to creating and managing successful startups in a age when companies need to innovate than ever. Best Read The Lean Startup [ Author ] Eric Ries [ Kindle ePUB or eBook ] – onedayyourdayweddings.co.uk

10 thoughts on “The Lean Startup

  1. Herve says:

    After reading Clayton Christensen, Geoffrey Moore and Steve Blank, I was expecting a lot from The Lean Startup by Eric Ries I was disappointed It could be that I did not read it well or too fast, but I was expecting muchBut instead of saying what I did not like, let me begin with the good points Just like the previous three authors, Ries shows that innovation may be totally counterintuitive My cofounders and I are determined to make new mistakes We do everything wrong We build a mi After reading Clayton Christensen, Geoffrey Moore and Steve Blank, I was expecting a lot from The Lean Startup by Eric Ries I was disappointed It could be that I did not read it well or too fast, but I was expecting muchBut instead of saying what I did not ...

  2. Andy Stager says:

    I m currently starting a new church as well as helping my wife run a bow tie business This book is about entrepreneurship, and its examples mostly come from the software development industry Nevertheless, there was much food for thought here Takeaways 1 Put out a MVP As fast as possible, put out a minimum viable product and see if anyone is willing to buy it If you spend forever making the product the best it could possibly be, you may end up with a cool product that no one actually wa I m currently s...

  3. Stephanie Sun says:

    The big question of our time is not Can it be built but Should it be built I wasn t too surprised to find that Eric Ries is a great writer clear, intellectually honest, articulate, and good hud As Ries readily admits in the Epilogue, the theories and frameworks promoted in this book have the danger of being used retroactively to justify what you did in the past, or what you ve already decided that you want to do, no matter your industry Its success no doubt has to do with its take contThe big question of our time is not Can it be built but Should it be built I wasn t too surprised to find that Eric Ries is a...

  4. Adam Bradley says:

    I think this book could have been effectively distilled into one of about a fifth the length and provided me with a much faster feedback loop on the ideas it contained So consider that an example of the author not abiding by his own principles.Another example of the book not abiding by its own counsel in recounting case studies, he assures us that the case studies are successful by telling us about venture funding and acquisition offers, which seem to me to be examples of the ultimate va I think this book could have been effectively distilled into one of about a fifth the length and provided me with a much faster feedback loop on the ideas it contained So consider that an example of the author not abiding by his own principles.Another example of the book not abiding by its own counsel in recounting case studies, he assures us that the case studies are successful by telling us about venture funding and acquisition offers, which seem to me to be examples of the ultimate vanity metrics getting speculators to bet on you is not synonymous with success.The basic insights of the book are valuable, but they are described with only enough detail for the reader to make a few false starts at applying them, recognize their failures retroactively but probably not predictively a vanity metric is one which, by definition, causes you...

  5. José says:

    As I read chapter after chapter I found myself thinking Great introduction to the topic, now let s hope the next one contains some real meat Unfortunately that feeling accompanied me until the end of the book.Don t get me wrong, this book contains a lot of useful ideas if you are into entepreneurship the build measure lean cycle driven by the knowledge you wa...

  6. Jon-Erik says:

    If I was reviewing the idea in this book, it would get 5 stars.As a book, there are few problems First, just stylistically, I feel like I m being lectured by a precocious toddler about how to do things The tone is professorial, to put it charitably Second, there is a bit of incongruity between a system explaining that you need to engage in scientific testing in almost Popperian fashion on the one hand and a series of case studies on the other Case studies are, of course, the currency of busi If I was reviewing the idea in this book, it would get 5 stars.As a book, there are few problems First, just stylistically, I feel like I m being lectured by a precocious toddler about how to do things The tone is professorial, to put it charitably Second, there is a bit of incongruity between a system explaining that you need to engage in scientific testing in almost Popperian fashion on the one hand and a series of case studies on the other Case studies are, of course, the currency of business school But they re about as scientific as t...

  7. Rick says:

    This is a massively important book that turned out to be much harder to read than I expected, and left me still pretty confused about how to implement much of the advice in the book But I like what it did to my thinking, even though I was familiar with many of the concepts in the book already But boy, I sure do like Five Whys I am so ready to have kids There are some really wonderful simple quotes too management is human systems engineering Our productive capacity greatly exceeds our abil This is a massively important book that turned out to be much harder to read than I expected, and left me still pretty confused about how to implement much of the adv...

  8. Sher❤ The Fabulous BookLover says:

    After initially giving this 3 stars I had to go back and give this 4 Stars This book is amazing for those starting a company, those who already own a company and those thinking about making that move Beware, this book is better in practice than in theory If you consider yours...

  9. Brian Yahn says:

    It s pretty rare for me, after finishing a book, to not be able to imagine my life not having read it The Lean Startup is one of those books.Maybe my understanding of business is unimpressive, but I am very interested in the subject and read a good bit about it Still, I found this book to be enlightening In business and in life we always have simple goals, like I want to makemoney.It s easy to focus our motivation on makingmoney After all, it is what we want But what we r It s pretty rare for me, after finishing a book, to not be able to imagine my life not having read it The Lean Startup is one of those books.Maybe my understanding of business is unimpressive, but I am very interested in the subject and read a good bit about it Still, I found this book to be enlightening In business and in life we always have simple goals, like I want to makemoney.It s easy to focus our motivation on makingmo...

  10. Becky says:

    Assigned reading from my job, last minute, in preparation for a meeting I managed it, and while I thought it made a lot of sense in terms of concepts and ideas, and parts of it were very interesting, the writing sucked all of the joy out of it The first third of the book repetitively repeated stuff by saying it many times, often mirroring pr...