As we head into South by Southwest this week, there is an aura of “startup fever” that is present not just in Austin – but everywhere you look. But let’s face facts: most startups fail, even if they launch to much fanfare. With that in mind, you’re looking to make your very own startup a success. You know the odds are stacked against you. So how do you put yourself in a postion to have a greater chance of success?
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With This Video Course You’ll Learn:
- The basic principles of Lean Startup methodology
- How to create a system of “innovation accounting” within your company so that everyone is building products that meets customers’ needs
- The easiest and fastest ways to build minimum viable products so you can get your product launched as quickly as possible • Tactics for experimenting with landing pages, A/B tests, MVPs on real customers
- What “The 3 A’s” are and how to make sure all of the metrics you look at are actionable, accessible and auditable
- …and much more!
- Lecture 1: Introduction (10 minutes of video instruction)
- Lecture 2: Innovation Accounting (40 minutes of video instruction)
- Lecture 3: Creating Experiments (30 minutes of video instruction)
- Lecture 4: Introduction (10 minutes of video instruction)
- Lecture 5: Lean User Experience (30 minutes of video instruction)
- Lecture 6: The Art of The Pivot (40 minutes of video instruction)
Eric Ries is the creator of the Lean Startup methodology and the author of the popular entrepreneurship blog Startup Lessons Learned. He has a wealth of experience and is also known as the author of The Lean Startup. While an undergraduate at Yale Unviersity, he co-founded Catalyst Recruiting. Although Catalyst folded with the dot-com crash, Ries continued his entrepreneurial career as a Senior Software Engineer at There.com, leading efforts in agile software development and user-generated content.
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