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In this presentation we share the first learnings of our Lean Startup & Customer Development methodologies implementation.

In this presentation we share the first learnings of our Lean Startup & Customer Development methodologies implementation.

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  • LEAN STARTUP RECIPE BOOK InfoJobs Lean startup recipe book by Gabriel Prat is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License.
  • LEAN STARTUP THE INFOJOBS WAY 1 HAVE A GREAT CULTURE 2 HAVE A LEAN ORGANIZATION 3 FOLLOW LEAN PROCESSES 2
  • LEAN STARTUP THE INFOJOBS WAY 1 HAVE A GREAT CULTURE 2 HAVE A LEAN ORGANIZATION 3 FOLLOW LEAN PROCESSES 3
  • OUR VALUES Do things right Do right things Do things fast 4
  • OUR VALUES Studio: +44 (0)1303 854 007 contact@cognitivemedia.co PURPOSE Dan Pink Drive, MASTERY All images © CognitiveMedia 2011 AUTONOMY http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u6XAPnuFjJc 5
  • LEAN STARTUP THE INFOJOBS WAY 1 HAVE A GREAT CULTURE 2 HAVE A LEAN ORGANIZATION 3 FOLLOW LEAN PROCESSES 6
  • TYPICAL AGILE ORGANIZATION Dev QA UX Feature 1 Feature 2 7
  • VALUE ALIGNED ORGANIZATION Dev QA UX 8
  • VALUE ALIGNED ORGANIZATION Client 1 Client 2 ENTREPRENEUR / PURPOSE MENTOR / MASTERY Dev mentor UX mentor QA mentor COACH / AUTONOMY Agile coach 8
  • LEAN STARTUP THE INFOJOBS WAY 1 HAVE A GREAT CULTURE 2 HAVE A LEAN ORGANIZATION 3 FOLLOW LEAN PROCESSES 9
  • TRADITIONAL PRODUCT DEV. Unit of progress: Advance to next stage Requirements Specification Problem known Solution known Design Implementatio Verification Maintenance 10
  • AGILE PRODUCT DEV. Unit of progress: A Line of working code “Product owner” or in-house customer Problem known Solution unknown Daily scrum" meeting Product" backlog 24 hours Shippable" product Sprint" backlog 2 weeks 11
  • WHO KNOWS WHAT TO DO? Financial" crisis since 2008 27% unemployment" rate -1.5% Health &" education CUTS And we are trying to sell job offers! 12 GDP
  • LEAN STARTUP PRODUCT DEV. Unit of progress: Validated knowledge about customers Customer Discovery Problem unknown STOP Customer Validation Customer Creation STOP STOP Scale Company STOP Hypothesis, experiments, insights Data, feedback, insights Solution unknown Daily scrum" meeting Product" backlog 24 hours Shippable" product Sprint" backlog 2 weeks 13
  • Hoshin + Lean Startup + Innovation masterclass = ?!? 14
  • 5 STEPS OF OUR LEAN STARTUP WAY Strategy Goal Discovery MVP Scale! Use hoshin plan to set objectives Set a goal for every team Make every PO get out of the building and talk to customers Create simple MVPs to test your hypotheses Use 10x product launch to have a great product 15
  • 4 KEY LEARNINGS Ask for expert" Train" everyone ! help Expect the" Focus on" ! ! J-curve 16 learning
  • 4 KEY LEARNINGS 1. Read the essential books" Ask for Train" 2. Hiredexpert" consultant to train us" a local ! everyone 3. Set process KPIs in the Hoshin" help 4. Tried the process for 6 months" 5. Hired global expert to assess us Expect the" Focus on" ! ! J-curve learning 17
  • 4 KEY LEARNINGS AUTHOR & FOUNDER ASH MAURYA www.linkedin.com/in/ashmaurya/ @ashmaurya LEADER OF THE LEAN STARTUP CIRCLE IN SF TRISTAN KROMER Ask for expert" Train" www.linkedin.com/in/tristankromer/ @trikro everyone ! help CTO SAM MANKIEWICZ CONSULTANT WILLIAM PIETRI www.linkedin.com/in/williampietri @williampietri www.linkedin.com/in/sammankiewicz @samatkiva Expect the" ! J-curve JASON EVANISH PRODUCT MANAGER Focus on" VP OF MARKETING & BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT ! RYAN MACCARRIGAN learning www.linkedin.com/in/ryanmaccarrigan @RyanMacCarrigan http://www.linkedin.com/in/jasonevanish @evanish 18
  • Performance 4 KEY LEARNINGS Desired state What stakeholders (mistakenly) expect Current state Train" everyone What actually happens in most cases Ask for expert" ! Time help Expect the" Focus on" ! ! J-curve 19 learning
  • 4 KEY LEARNINGS 1. Set learning objectives" Ask for Train" 2. Run weekly learning sharing with beers" expert" everyone ! 3. Reward failure with learning" help 4. Don’t try to change every team at once 
 unless you feel you really the" to" Expect have ! 5. Take one step at a J-curve time – Focus! 20 Focus on" ! learning
  • THANK YOU! GOT QUESTIONS? Gabriel Prat Product Development Director! ! gabriel.prat@infojobs.net! @gabriprat! http://www.infojobs.net/gabriel-prat-masramon.prf welcome. k is very Feedbac u try this ll me if yo Please te home. :) recipe at 21
  • REFERENCES Lean Startup & customer development Text Agile & management Innovation http://es.slideshare.net/krivitsky/the-recent-history-of-management" http://www.slideshare.net/proyectalis/agile-management-eomadrid" 22