On this episode of The Innovation Engine, we look at how you and your teams can start Running Lean with the man who wrote the book of the same title. Among the topics we discuss are why practice trumps theory, why your product is not really your product, how long it should take to figure out whether you have product-market fit, and why constraints can actually be valuable for anyone looking to innovate successfully.
Our guest, Ash Maurya, is the Founder and CEO of LeanStack, a company that focuses on teaching practices that lead to continuous innovation through workshops, books, a web curriculum, and more. He’s the author of Running Lean: Iterate from Plan A to a Plan that Works, an “iterative book” that breaks down the process of building a successful company from the ground up, and also looks at how those same lessons can be applied by product professionals at more established companies. Ash is also the author of Scaling Lean: Mastering the Key Metrics for Startup Growth.
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Practice Trumps Theory
Your product is not the product – your business model is the product.
Uncertainty vs. Risk
Finding Product-Market Fit
Applying Lean Concepts in Large Organizations
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