The Lean Startup Innovation Through Experimentation

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The Lean Startup: Innovation Through Experimentation Eric Ries, Startup Advisor Web 2.0 Conference 17 minutes, recorded 2010-05-04 This podcast is available at:  http://itc.conversationsnetwork.org/audio/download/ITC.Web2.0-EricRies-2010.05.04.mp3 Lean Start-up movement concepts have entered the zeitgeist, says Eric Ries. His IT-sector "mid-term report card"  shows an industry under pressure, but he says successful entrepreneurs have a superior process: the Lean Start-up  process. They Pivot through a Build-Measure-Learn feedback loop. Lean Start-up techniques, such as Innovation  Through Experimentation, can be applied to any company, industry, or start-up. Not many IT "success" stories live up to the raw talent - plus passion, time, and energy - the founders and employees  poured into them. This holds true across the IT spectrum, not just start-ups. This leaves us not taking enough risk. It  results in faith-based decision-making and products nobody wants. Still, entrepreneurship is a noble calling. Technological change is changing the face of work, and start-ups have to be 
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