Lean Enterprise
Buzzwords?
• Lean Startup
• Fail Fast
• Minimum Viable Product
• Pivot
Life’s too short to build
something nobody wants.
– Ash Maurya, Running Lean
The Important Questions
• What urgent problem am I trying to solve?
• Why is my solution better than existing alternatives...
Hypothesis-driven
• Identify assumptions.
• Prioritize risks.
• Formulate testable hypotheses for biggest risks.
• Test th...
Data
Build – Measure – Learn
Product
Ideas
& Hypotheses
Build
Measure
Learn
GE DuratHon Battery
Lean Context
• High risk and uncertainty.
• Need for flexibility to adapt to an evolving understanding of customer
needs a...
Questions?
Thoughts?
Where would this benefit your
business the most?
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Utilizing Lean Practices in the Enterprise: Part 1 of Delivering the Connected Experience

  1. 1. Lean Enterprise
  2. 2. Buzzwords? • Lean Startup • Fail Fast • Minimum Viable Product • Pivot
  3. 3. Life’s too short to build something nobody wants. – Ash Maurya, Running Lean
  4. 4. The Important Questions • What urgent problem am I trying to solve? • Why is my solution better than existing alternatives? • Who is the customer that will value this solution? • How do I reach this customer? • How can I build and scale a successful business?
  5. 5. Hypothesis-driven • Identify assumptions. • Prioritize risks. • Formulate testable hypotheses for biggest risks. • Test the hypotheses in the real world. • Evolve the product and plans.
  6. 6. Data Build – Measure – Learn Product Ideas & Hypotheses Build Measure Learn
  7. 7. GE DuratHon Battery
  8. 8. Lean Context • High risk and uncertainty. • Need for flexibility to adapt to an evolving understanding of customer needs and a rapidly-changing market. • Nurturing innovation.
  9. 9. Questions? Thoughts? Where would this benefit your business the most?

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