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Lean (David Weekly Keynote, Echelon 2012)
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Lean (David Weekly Keynote, Echelon 2012)
Lean (David Weekly Keynote, Echelon 2012)
Lean (David Weekly Keynote, Echelon 2012)
Lean (David Weekly Keynote, Echelon 2012)
Lean (David Weekly Keynote, Echelon 2012)
Lean (David Weekly Keynote, Echelon 2012)
Lean (David Weekly Keynote, Echelon 2012)
Lean (David Weekly Keynote, Echelon 2012)
Lean (David Weekly Keynote, Echelon 2012)
Lean (David Weekly Keynote, Echelon 2012)
Lean (David Weekly Keynote, Echelon 2012)
Lean (David Weekly Keynote, Echelon 2012)
Lean (David Weekly Keynote, Echelon 2012)
Lean (David Weekly Keynote, Echelon 2012)
Lean (David Weekly Keynote, Echelon 2012)
Lean (David Weekly Keynote, Echelon 2012)
Lean (David Weekly Keynote, Echelon 2012)
Lean (David Weekly Keynote, Echelon 2012)
Lean (David Weekly Keynote, Echelon 2012)
Lean (David Weekly Keynote, Echelon 2012)
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Lean (David Weekly Keynote, Echelon 2012)

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How do you quickly build a successful business and avoid wasting your time?

How do you quickly build a successful business and avoid wasting your time?

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  • 1. LeanDavid Weekly @ Echelon 2012
  • 2. Three David
  • 3. #1Who is your user?
  • 4. (this is you)
  • 5. #2 Fake It.
  • 6. “Would you use it?”
  • 7. “Would you use it?” Cannot, lah.
  • 8. Humble Beginnings
  • 9. Do Not Start Here.
  • 10. Embarassed to ship? Suck it up.
  • 11. Success!!
  • 12. #3Be Lazy.
  • 13. Remove complexity.Add sensible defaults.
  • 14. (This even works in the enterprise.)
  • 15. Listen to your customers... ...but don’t let them dictate features.
  • 16. Unfolding UI
  • 17. Automate (Late)
  • 18. So:• Model your user.• Fake it until you make it.• Be lazy and don’t add complexity!
  • 19. Thank Stay you. beautiful. @dweekly

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