Lean Startup : Useful Pointers to get started

I started reading the book “The Lean Startup: How Today’s Entrepreneurs Use Continuous Innovation to Create Radically Successful Businesses” about an year back. For sure, it is an impressive thought process. From that time on wards, I have been reading, discussing, practicing ( some form), Selling Lean Start up ideas 🙂

The Lean Startup is a business approach coined by Eric Ries that aims to change the way that companies are built and new products are launched. he Lean Startup relies on validated learning, scientific experimentation, and iterative product releases to shorten product development cycles, measure progress, and gain valuable customer feedback. In this way, companies, especially startups, can design their products or services to meet the demands of their customer base without requiring large amounts of initial funding or expensive product launches.

Via : http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lean_Startup

I found an interesting place where you can test your knowledge on lean start up.
http://www.veri.com/t/lean-startup/18
I scored 195 points 🙂

If you are new to the concept of lean start up, here is a list of useful pointers which can help you get started

Lean Startup – Book Summary

Principles of Lean Startups

Lean Startup: How to Learn fast about Customers, their Problems and Solutions

How to Lean Startup? A Flowchart

Using Lean Startup Principles

Lean Startup Cycle

Customer Development Engineering

Combining agile development with customer development

How Development looks different in a lean startup

Lean Startup (PHP World)

Implementing Minimum Viable Changes as Part of a Lean Startup for change approach

Iterative funding of start ups- an entrepreneur’s perspective (Check the Image)

Contrasts between Agile and Lean Startup

Continuous Value Delivery

Happy Learning!!!

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