WHAT IS A STARTUP?A human institution designed to create new products andservices under conditions of extreme uncertainty.
WHAT IS A LEAN STARTUP?It makes use of lean principles to build sustainablebusinesses of startups.
VISION         STEER                 ACCELERATE
Test assumptionsValue hypothesis             Growth hypothesisThat people will get value   That your product will spreadfr...
Launch MVP !!
Goal of a startup is to get  validated learning as quickly           as possiblea. Use innovation accounting(cohort analys...
Kanban cycle:(backlog, in progress, built, validated)a. Limited number in each bucketb. Cannot move forward in processunle...
Genchi Gembatsu        (get out of the building and interview;see for yourself instead of relying on others reports)
Build Measure Learn cycle
Zoom-in pivot: focus                                           Zoom-inon one feature of a                        Technolog...
Sustaining innovation         vs.disruptive innovation
Analogs and Antilogs
Sticky Engine of                       Viral Engine of     Growth                                Growth                   ...
SUMMARY:1. Entrepreneurs are everywhere2. Entrepreneurship is management.3. Validated learning4. Build-Measure-Learn.5. In...
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Lean startup presentation

  1. 1. WHAT IS A STARTUP?A human institution designed to create new products andservices under conditions of extreme uncertainty.
  2. 2. WHAT IS A LEAN STARTUP?It makes use of lean principles to build sustainablebusinesses of startups.
  3. 3. VISION STEER ACCELERATE
  4. 4. Test assumptionsValue hypothesis Growth hypothesisThat people will get value That your product will spreadfrom your product and increase in adoption
  5. 5. Launch MVP !!
  6. 6. Goal of a startup is to get validated learning as quickly as possiblea. Use innovation accounting(cohort analysis and split tests to measure what youre learning)b. Continuous and frequent experimentation with real users
  7. 7. Kanban cycle:(backlog, in progress, built, validated)a. Limited number in each bucketb. Cannot move forward in processunless get through validationc. Design everything in mind withvalidation and experimentation
  8. 8. Genchi Gembatsu (get out of the building and interview;see for yourself instead of relying on others reports)
  9. 9. Build Measure Learn cycle
  10. 10. Zoom-in pivot: focus Zoom-inon one feature of a Technology pivot pivotlarger wholeb. Zoom out pivot:whole product needs Zoom outmore features pivotc. Customer segment Channelpivot: focus on one pivotcustomer segmenti. Sign LOIs Customer segmentd. Customer need pivot:change in PIVOT (or pivotunderstanding of real Persevere)neede. Platform pivot:change from app to Engine ofplatform or back growth pivot Customeri. Like creating self- need pivotserve model to createsimilar appsf. Business architecturepivot: high margin/low Valuevol to low margin/high capture Platformvol (or back) pivot pivot Business architectureg. Value capture pivot: pivotdifferent monetization
  11. 11. Sustaining innovation vs.disruptive innovation
  12. 12. Analogs and Antilogs
  13. 13. Sticky Engine of Viral Engine of Growth Growth ENGINES OF GROWTH Paid Engine of Growth
  14. 14. SUMMARY:1. Entrepreneurs are everywhere2. Entrepreneurship is management.3. Validated learning4. Build-Measure-Learn.5. Innovation accounting.
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