what executivesshould not know about          lean startups
not know, because:  - it could confuse them    - it brings them to the  front-end of innovation- reduce their frustration
this track is a remix of the work ofEric Ries, Steve G. Blank and Alexander Osterwalder                 just available to ...
IS NOT A BUSINESS!
Most startups fail!
Who’s to blame?
Father of scientific management              Study work to find the best way                   Management by exception    ...
We are not living in the beginning of the 20th    century anymore
Everything changes
Change will happen anytime, however the          questions are:what’s the change pace?what’s needed to adapt?
Because:               innovation                      and                efficiency    are the standard in business
What executives should not know about           lean startups,because it could provide competative advantage
What is a startup?
A startup is a human institutiondesigned to deliver a new productor service under conditions ofextreme uncertainty.This ha...
Startup                       =high speed learning and   managing early failure
IS NOT A BUSINESS!
Managers and executives are  running a business model  A startup/innovations are   searching for a new and   scalable busi...
Product Introduction ModelConcept/             Product      Alpha/Beta      Launch/1stBus. Plan             Dev.          ...
get out of the building             and discover your              customers needs(and learn fast searching scalable busin...
myth #1:lean means cheap             truth: it is about speed
myth #2:      it’s only for 2.0/internet/consumers software companies                         truth:     lean startup appl...
myth #3:      lean startups are small    bootstrapped companies                        truth:they are abble to deploy larg...
myth #4:    replace vision with data or           customer feedback                          truth:driven by compelling vi...
Startup principles:      entrepeneurs are everywhereentrepeneurship:        focus/performance/learning                  th...
to add value:get out of the building         and discover             Maybe he got a point!Seth Godin http://www.squidoo.c...
because purposeshould be at the heart of             business and    it start ‘s with why?
...discover better options...
Frits Oukes                                                                frits.oukes@redmerito.nl                       ...
Summary of sllconf, what executives should know
Summary of sllconf, what executives should know
Summary of sllconf, what executives should know
Summary of sllconf, what executives should know
Summary of sllconf, what executives should know
Summary of sllconf, what executives should know
Summary of sllconf, what executives should know
Summary of sllconf, what executives should know
Summary of sllconf, what executives should know
Summary of sllconf, what executives should know
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For executives/managers/academics and students. This is a summary from the startup lessons learned conference #sllconf May 23d 2011. It's al about fullfillment of unmet customer needs, vision and rigorous testing all elements of that vision.
It is not the concept, its also the proces full of constraints to contain the focus needed for this heavy learning proces

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  1. what executivesshould not know about lean startups
  2. not know, because: - it could confuse them - it brings them to the front-end of innovation- reduce their frustration
  3. this track is a remix of the work ofEric Ries, Steve G. Blank and Alexander Osterwalder just available to anyone
  4. IS NOT A BUSINESS!
  5. Most startups fail!
  6. Who’s to blame?
  7. Father of scientific management Study work to find the best way Management by exception Standardize work into tasks Compensate workers on performance“In the past, the man was first. In the future, the system will be first.” (1911) Frederick Winslow Taylor (1856 - 1915)
  8. We are not living in the beginning of the 20th century anymore
  9. Everything changes
  10. Change will happen anytime, however the questions are:what’s the change pace?what’s needed to adapt?
  11. Because: innovation and efficiency are the standard in business
  12. What executives should not know about lean startups,because it could provide competative advantage
  13. What is a startup?
  14. A startup is a human institutiondesigned to deliver a new productor service under conditions ofextreme uncertainty.This has nothing to do with thesize of the company, sector, theeconomy or industry.
  15. Startup =high speed learning and managing early failure
  16. IS NOT A BUSINESS!
  17. Managers and executives are running a business model A startup/innovations are searching for a new and scalable business model
  18. Product Introduction ModelConcept/ Product Alpha/Beta Launch/1stBus. Plan Dev. Test Ship Customer Development Customer Customer Customer Company Discovery Validation Creation Building Pivot
  19. get out of the building and discover your customers needs(and learn fast searching scalable business model)
  20. myth #1:lean means cheap truth: it is about speed
  21. myth #2: it’s only for 2.0/internet/consumers software companies truth: lean startup applies for all companies facing uncertainty
  22. myth #3: lean startups are small bootstrapped companies truth:they are abble to deploy large amounts of capital
  23. myth #4: replace vision with data or customer feedback truth:driven by compelling vision and are rigorous about testing
  24. Startup principles: entrepeneurs are everywhereentrepeneurship: focus/performance/learning the heavy way! innovation accounting
  25. to add value:get out of the building and discover Maybe he got a point!Seth Godin http://www.squidoo.com/Alternative-MBA
  26. because purposeshould be at the heart of business and it start ‘s with why?
  27. ...discover better options...
  28. Frits Oukes frits.oukes@redmerito.nl nl.linkedin.com/in/fritsoukes @FritsOukes #patterns #leanproto +31 6 29 576 884Inspired by the work of Cees Zwart, Manfred Kets de Vries, Rupert Sheldrake, Peter Block, Marcel Wanrooij, Eric Berne, Frank Oomkes,Gareth Morgan, Everett Rogers, Stewart R. Clegg, Peter Drucker, Peter Senge, Leon de Caluwe, Bob de Wit, Astrid Schreyogg, RolfMulder, Peter Scott, Peter Checkland, Kenwyn Smith, Larry Hirschhorn Joe Pine, Joop Swieringa, Matt Taylor. Daniel Kahneman, DonaldA. Schon, Edgar H. Schein, Goos Geursen, Barbara B. Bunker & Billie T. Alban, Andre Wierdsma, C.K. Prahalad, Henry Chesbrough,Venkat Ramaswamy, James Surowiecki, John P. Kotter, Dee Hock, Charles LeadBeater, Mark H. Moore, Emmanuel Gobillot, Manfredvan Doorn, Tim Brown, Tom Kelley, Roger Martin, Carol S. Dweck, Alexander Osterwalder, Dan Roam, David Sibbbet, Steve Blank andBrant Cooper and Will McWinney

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