Yes, the audio version of Lean Startup is read by the original author, and the quality of the recording is evidence to his experience as a public speaker. I was able to digest this in just a few days, much quicker than if I had read the hard copy.
The system Eric illustrates for continuous innovation is unlike any other system I have seen, and promises results regardless of your particular business.
The book has some excellent points on startup businesses , but can be somewhat repetitive in points. The audio book is a great offering but narration could have been better.
Yes, to increase retention and hone my skills.
One of the best books on
Accurate, Educational, Inspirational
The emphasis of getting an MVP out there to start getting real data to analyze.
Great real life stories that I could related to from being in the software industry
What does your MVP tell you?
It is very refreshing to know that business plans aren't and shouldn't be static. They should be fluid. Great concept.
no you need to take your time and you absorb what he says.
if you want to finance a project, if you want to write a business plan, if you want venture capital, you really need to read this book.
The book had some interesting examples, overall not enough substance and advice which concerns a new startup
Yes. Author breaks down what it means to be a lean startup from any level, large or small.
Eric's innovative management methods will save the world from it's wasteful ways!
No more "success-theatrics". No more "untested assumptions". Let's be informed and efficient!
I really enjoyed this book and immediately was able to identify and validate what I learned through this audiobook in my work-life.
I like business and sci-fi books.
Eric should have found a professional reader. Now he keeps over acting, making it feel almost silly from time to time.
I really buy into the lean thinking and to
I feel disappointed... even thou I think Eric has a point here.
I would recommend this to anyone driving innovation, new product or a new business model. The processes and concepts described make sense to anyone who has been through the lifecycle of businesses and in my case having been a consultant in the application of best practices such as lean.
Description of some of Eric's failures add a lot of
The challenge I now have is I want a printed copy or fieldguide so I can work through some of the ideas on a business plan I'm working on. Amazon should give a discount for buying the book on a second platform after having purchased in the audio format.