News and Articles About Lean Startups
When you're just starting up and you want to land top-tier clients, you'd be surprised how important a proper communications regimen can be.
The professor who popularized the "lean" movement describes his Lean LaunchPad course.
Student entrepreneur Franco Capurro launched his startup from a crammed, two-bed dorm room in China.
Lean business planning doesn't mean no business planning. The formal written business plan has long been obsolete. A real business plan should grow organically, with regular review and revision.
In this book excerpt, Steve Blank and Bob Dorf outline lean methods to get customers to spend more, and to send referrals your way.
You have customers for your new mobile app or retail website. Here's how to fight churn.
Now that you've launched a mobile app or retail website, it's time to 'pull' customers toward you. Here's how.
Author Steve Blank argues that the road for innovation does not go through committee.
Professor Steve Blank says the quickest way to create the next Instagram is to move basic human social needs -- like friendship, dating and sex -- into the digital world.
Mark Hirsch of CreativeWorx tells how he used prototypes to win clients, plus tips from experts on using 'minimum viable products' to test the market.
Many startups fail because their founders don't take the time to talk to potential customers before opening. Here are a few tips on getting feedback effectively.
Entrepreneurship professor Steve Blank describes the startup scene at the South By Southwest Interactive festival in Austin, Texas.
People are starting to realize that startups are not merely small versions of large corporations. And that's exciting, Steve Blank says.
Eric Ries talks about the ideas behind his new book 'The Lean Startup.'
Perseverance can be overrated as an entrepreneurial trait. Knowing when to change course to test out a new approach might be even more important.
A new class created by serial entrepreneur Steve Blank puts a focus on testing ideas before jumping in.
This next-generation strategy calls for planning--and revising--as you go.