In 2011, Eric Ries published his groundbreaking book, "The Lean Startup: How Today's Entrepreneurs Use Continuous Innovation to Create Radically Successful Businesses." In his review of the book, Steve Blank commented: "The roadmap for innovation for the twenty-first century. The Ideas in 'The Lean Startup' will help create the next industrial revolution." Tim O'Reilly added: "I imagine the Lean Startup principles applied to government programs, to health care, and to solving the world's greatest problems." In spite of the high acclaim for Ries's "The Lean Startup," entrepreneurs and organizations struggle to translate into reality key ideas and principles of the Lean Startup Method. Many entrepreneurs don't know where to begin and the tools that must be applied to achieve the goal of continuous innovation while creating radically successful businesses. In short, Ries's book lacks tools for simply translating its ideas into reality. Several tools have emerged to help translate Lean Startup ideas into practice. Popular tools include the Business Model Canvas, Lean Canvas, and Validation Board. However, none of these tools can be used to holistically present or illustrate the Lean Startup Methodology as presented in the book, "The Lean Startup." Tools such as the Business Model Canvas, Lean Canvas, and Validation Board cannot be simultaneously applied at the level of business strategy, business modeling, and execution in a Lean Startup project. In short, single level and static tools such as the Business Model Canvas, Lean Canvas, and Validation Board do not adequately reflect and feature the rich contents of the Lean Startup book. It is this void that the Lean Startup Model fills. The Leaner Startup Model provides the only template for systematically translating Eric Ries's Lean Startup ideas, principles, and method into reality. The Lean Startup Model provides the only dynamic business model framework that explicitly integrates the Product Innovation (Agile Development) Model, Customer Development (Marketing) Model, and Innovation Accounting (Financial Profit) Model of the Lean Startup Method. The dynamic framework of the Leaner Startup Model facilitates deep understanding and exploration of Lean Startup ideas including the following: Lean Strategy (Vision-Strategy-Product) Pyramid; Build-Measure-Learn Feedback Loop; Minimum Viable Product; Pivot; Product-Market Fit; Value Hypothesis; Growth Hypothesis; Engines of Growth. The goal of the Leaner Startup Model is to provide an all-in-one template that helps more entrepreneurs and organizations to use continuous innovation to create "Radically Successful Businesses (RSB)." Use of an all-in-one template as well as a 'de facto' standard template facilitates communication between different Leaner Startup Practitioners as well as tremendously saves time, money, and energy in Leaner Startup projects. So, what do you think about having a standard template for the Lean Startup Method?