The guy who wrote this book is a computer tech guy if this is you then you will most likely take a lot away from this book. Any1 else not so much but still some good tips and lessons in there.
Brilliant. Precise. Laborious.
The Lean Startup isn't dissimilar to other business books I've read, except that Ries has very specific ideas on how to grow your venture. They are all excellent, but I'd contend that it isn't for every entrepreneur. Read it, learn from it, implement the fundamentals. To fully implement the book would be a very long term commitment, and applies primarily to those who will be running an organization.
I have not.
No, it made me think. It confirmed some things I already believed, and taught me how to implement certain principles.
A fantastic book with insights into new management approaches for today's constantly changing world. Describes a new generation of management approaches that could work in a startup or in an established company - approaches that have the potential to do away with the wasted time and resources that litter business initiatives and project teams today.
Exceptional way of shedding the light on successfully achieving the toughest part of a business - the start!
Warren Buffet's Building a Small Business.Because it focuses on the beginning stages of a business which are usually the most difficult. The book also helps as well to grow into the next small business level... Innovation Secrets of Steve Jobs with the focus is on innovation that improves the life of end user. A new innovative idea does not necessarily mean it will succeed in a commercial environment if it does make peoples lives better.
His own personal experience at Avatar.
No! So much rich information that is important to listen in short 1 hour bytes in order to obsorb the information.
Would've liked to see the book to be focussed on startups in the true sense - not necessarily startups within Corporate companies, but on the person who goes from that bright light idea to turning it into a business from the bedroom or garage whilst trying to get funding - Huge Challenge!
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I would recommend this book. Alone it's maybe not enough, but with "How To Get Rich" and "Personal MBA" it's a golden mine.
An implementation of the Lean Startup framework into the Eric's company.
When they asked they users about they product and the users didn't like it. They decided to create what users want and boom.
Work Smart - Earn Fast
You need this if you want to be a successful entrepreneur.
This is the only book I read by Eric but I imagine they're all just as good.
all of it.
Love this so much.
An avid learner and therefore, lover of non-fiction works, specifically about business, marketing and sales.
This is a great book, chock full of insights and useful ideas. It's without a doubt one of the best business books I've ever read. It's well written, entertaining, and most importantly, totally useful from beginning to end.
This turned on more "light bulbs" than any book I've read in the last 5 years.
Yes, this is very relevant to most work environments and credibly told with many interesting anecdotes
I think that the movement toward smaller and faster moving groups/companies is the next great innovation source coming. This book is something of a manifesto for that movement. The book is fine, interesting enough, but the ideas are crucial a must read for anyone interested in building a company/product in the 21st century.
There can be only one.
If you are starting a company and are trying to raise funds, if you haven't read or listened to this book, you are toast.