What we’re about
Lean startup is a startup methodology which aims to reduce the market risks and minimize capital requirements by adopting a combination of business-hypothesis-driven experimentation, iterative product releases, and validated learning.
Events are a mix of founder stories, lessons learned and Lean Startup thought leaders like Steve Blank, Eric Ries, Ash Maurya, Rob Fitzpatrick, Etienne Garbugli, and Sean Murphy.
Past events are at https://www.skmurphy.com/blog/lean-culture-videos/
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- Navigating VUCA with Mental Skills and Self-CompassionLink visible for attendees
Embark on a transformative journey in our upcoming talk as we delve into navigating the challenging terrain of VUCA—Volatility, Uncertainty, Complexity, and Ambiguity—with a focus on mental skills and self-compassion. Join the conversation and seize the opportunity to collaboratively create effective strategies for success in the face of constant change.
Discover how cultivating resilience and mental agility can empower you to not only navigate but thrive amidst the dynamic landscapes of today's world. Don't miss this enriching session where we explore practical ways to harness mental strength and foster self-compassion as invaluable tools for confronting and conquering the challenges of VUCA. Secure your spot for an insightful dialogue to equip you with the skills to flourish in an ever-evolving environment.
About Lena E Torgerson
Lena E Torgerson seamlessly integrates her extensive background in athletics and technology to support organizations, teams, and individuals in achieving peak performance. Currently pursuing a doctorate in interdisciplinary leadership at Creighton University. Lena combines academic rigor with practical expertise. Beyond her professional and academic pursuits, Lena enjoys outdoor adventures with family, friends, and rescue dog, Lucky.
- 10 Best Practices of Agile Hardware Product RealizationLink visible for attendees
Taking your hardware-based venture from concept to large-scale operation is a journey filled with uncertainties, unanticipated costs and multiple risk factors. Without the right strategies in place, your business may encounter significant hurdles in transitioning from prototype to volume manufacturing. Gain valuable insights into the 10 Best Practices of Agile Hardware Product Realization that will enable you to increase innovation, reduce risk, and bring better products to market faster.
In this webinar, you will learn critical warning signs of an unsuccessful product launch including:
- · Slipping schedule
- · Exceeding budget
- · Missing key product requirements
Join Michael Keer, the Founder and Managing Partner of Product Realization Group (PRG), where he will share his 30+ years of new product development and introduction (NPDI) knowledge, coupled with collective wisdom from the extensive PRG ecosystem. By following the 10 Best Practices, you can help your business identify and mitigate risk early, meet regulatory compliance and set up a resilient supply chain. Leverage the wisdom from industry veterans who have experienced more than 100 product launch cycles. During the session, Michael will share both his experiences and real world “war stories” to illustrate how these best practices can be applied to your venture to avoid.
- Learn how to identify gaps in your product development, operations and supply chain to save your business time and money.
- Explore 10 Best Practices of agile hardware for transitioning your product from concept to volume production, which will help you to mitigate risk and more successfully launch your new product in the market.
- Engage with a seasoned expert to better identify potential product commercialization risks and opportunities for improvement.