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Lean problem solving for the Enterprise

  • Jan 23, 2014 · 6:00 PM
  • The Collaborative NYC


Join us for a two hour workshop with Adam Berk on how to apply the Lean Startup Methodology while building for the enterprise. 

We're aiming for a small and engaging group of entrepreneurs building for the enterprise so space is very limited, make sure you reserve a seat.


Adam Berk is a Lean Entrepreneur and a Lean Teacher. 

Adam teaches startup entrepreneurs and enterprise innovators how to apply Lean Startup methodologies in order to minimize waste and reduce risk. Less theory, more interactive. "We (@LEAN) help people design and run experiments, learn #custdev by actually getting out of the building and doing interviews, and pushing people to think problem first solution second."

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Workshop Program

• Quick intro to Lean 

• How to create a testable hypothesis 

• How to test a problem/customer hypothesis by doing customer development interviews

• How to test a solution based hypothesis without building the whole thing

• Discussion/Q&A on the Lean Methodology: Is it right for you? Is it just a buzzword? Ethics of Experimenting... 

• Meet Thomas DelVecchio the Founder & Director of Enterprise Technology Research



Meet Thomas DelVecchio the Founder & Director of Enterprise Technology Research.

Tom is a serial entrepreneur, he's the founder and director of The Collaborative NYC, as well as the founder and director of Enterprise Technology Research (ETR) –a next-gen technology market research firm. Tom has spent the last eight years within the enterprise technology space between both research and investment. Tom acted as an advisor to TheInfoPro regarding institutional research methodology, publication and sales & marketing. The commonality throughout has been Tom's reliance upon enterprise CIO/CTO's direct input.

Tom has conducted years of surveys and research among ETR's 2,500 CIO/CTO's globally to identify what is needed and being clamored after in the enterprise tech space.

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  • Sarah J.

    This was my first Meetup experience. And did it make an impression! Validated import of lean thinking--incrementally with focus, on what starts and/or stutters your enterprise--to ensure that your model has the proper foundation for the long haul. Look forward to future gatherings.

    January 24, 2014

  • A former member
    A former member

    Inspiring

    January 23, 2014

    • Duygu D.

      Thanks Adam!

      January 24, 2014

    • A former member
      A former member

      thank you!

      January 24, 2014

  • Agassi

    I want to add layer of complexity to yesterday's forum. Validation of business model is BIG. I believe 90% of us will have to remodel if we hope to survive the early stage. Make the task harder by realizing that real-time analysis has an expiration date. Learnings we apply today will have to hold up 2 years from now, when it really counts. I believe today's best models have to be more valid tomorrow, then today. If your idea is perfect for today will it be less relevant by the time you want to sell it?

    January 24, 2014

  • Ka P.

    It was good open forum of discussions with a single, quick exercise to give us a taste for the methodology. A lot of terminology thrown around, so it's really up to the individual to grab what they want out of it, and discover further for themselves from a 150min of Meetup that condensed what normally is a 5 day course that they offer.

    January 24, 2014

    • Duygu D.

      Thanks for the feedback! Looking forward to seeing you and Peg again!

      January 24, 2014

  • Raoul B.

    Great

    January 23, 2014

    • Duygu D.

      Thanks for coming Raoul!

      1 · January 24, 2014

  • Terri P.

    I am in Eastern PA and am not able to make it tonight. Can anyone send me notes or can I call in to listen for the meeting? Skype? Thanks. Terri

    January 23, 2014

    • Duygu D.

      Hope you can join us next time Terri! Perhaps if you can post your email someone can send their notes?

      January 24, 2014

  • adam

    One of my favorite recent events! My hypothesis is that we will see 5-10 problem / customer hypotheses below:)

    1 · January 23, 2014

  • Thomas D.

    Great job, Adam. Thanks so much. If anyone wants my chat more about their concepts, I'm always up for that.

    2 · January 23, 2014

  • adam

    We will be selecting 5-7 ideas to spotlight for the evening. If you want yours used as a teaching tool and want to go home with an experiment designed for you, state your problem/customer hypothesis below. "I am solving the problem of x for y customer (in the enterprise space)

    January 12, 2014

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