Lean Startups and Customer Development Resources

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  • Please Vote
    Thank you to all of you who joined me for Lean Startup Week 2016! I can’t tell you how moving it is to get ...
  • The Future of Corporate Agility
    Guest post by by Jennifer Maerz, contributing editor of Lean Startup Co.  The solution to long-term innovation in companies obviously isn’t having one person come up ...
  • The Future of Government: Hayward & the Lean Startup
    Guest post by Jennifer Maerz, contributing editor of Lean Startup Co.  It’s been exciting to watch the Lean Startup movement grow from a practice utilized in ...
  • Announcing the 2016 Lean Startup Week Program
    Guest post by Jennifer Maerz, contributing editor of Lean Startup Co.  The Lean Startup team has been hard at work finalizing the details of this ...
  • Spark Inspiration with Ignite Talks at Lean Startup Week
    Guest post by Jennifer Maerz, Contributing Editor of Lean Startup Co.  Lean Startup Week has it all: keynote talks, hands-on workshops, networking opportunities and lively ...

The Entrepreneur’s Guide to Customer Development

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  • Budapest, Hungary: The Startup and Tech Conference Guide
    One of the most interesting phenomena in my adulthood is watching things that weren’t considered particularly cool in my childhood, become the definition of cool ...
  • Hustle: Money, Meaning, and Momentum
    My latest book is Hustle: The Power to Charge Your Life with Money, Meaning, and Momentum and it will be published September 13, 2016. As you ...
  • A book about stealing?
    “Why would you want to write a book about stealing?” -My Father In the spring of 2014 I started kicking around the idea of writing ...
  • A Note about Seth Roberts
    Seth Roberts has unexpectedly passed away. Others who knew him more intimately than I did, have already penned, quite eloquently, why he will be missed. ...
  • The Engineer’s Conceit
    In tech startups, The Engineer’s Conceit is thinking that: a) you know what needs to be built b) you create value by rolling up your ...
  • Pixar President’s Wisdom
    Some highlights from Ed Catmull’s Creativity Inc. Ed is the President of Pixar. “If there is more truth in the hallways than in meetings, you ...
  • How to be an angel investor, Part 3
    This guest post is by Tyler Willis, an entrepreneur and angel investor. You can learn more about him on AngelList. For several interesting macro-economic reasons ...
  • Designers at AngelList
    Must be a 1-(wo)man startup. Must code. Must write good copy. Must be passionate about solving problems for our customers, not “designing.” Must fix other ...
  • AngelList new employee reading list
    I do the onboarding for all new AngelList team members. Part of it is asking them to read the following (many candidates have read these ...
  • Things we care about at AngelList
    We care about: Eliminating frictions so startups can change the world Connecting startups with their ideal partners, on the best terms, fast Building tools for ...
  • Re: [lsc] Re: Lean Management Apps
    This seems like a very reasonable approach to me. How many interviews have you completed that you had annotated this way. Many entrepreneurs find mind ...
  • Re: Lean Management Apps
    Well after searching around and not finding anything specific for lean management I’ve decided to use the visual studio online board. Since I already keep ...
  • Re: [lsc] Lean Management Apps
    On 29 Nov 2016, at 19:33, Fabricio Martínez Tamayo wrote: I’m currently building my MVP and I was looking for apps to help me ...
  • Re: [lsc] Re: Lean Management Apps
    Hello Sean, I’ve got some basic hypothesis written down in an Xmind mind map with some other information for the project. My problem is that ...
  • Re: [lsc] Re: Lean Management Apps
    Fabricio: are you currently writing down and revising a basic plan, taking notes, and keeping track of results? What is the problem you are trying ...

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