Lean Startup for enterprise

with Penelope Barr
 

Next course:
22nd March 2018, Melbourne

A day of lean start-up in enterprises Learning & innovating by doing. This course is in conjunction with 1st Conference. If you have registered, use the code sent to you in your confirmation email to apply a discount.

Booking available below or on this page.

About Lean Startup for Enterprise

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Lean start-up is a business-creation methodology based on validated learning, experimentation, frequent releases – and what you measure and learn along this path.

Lean start-up asks organisations to work with uncertainty, which is unusual and uncomfortable for many. This change in focus requires an organisation to learn and make decisions on the basis of questions asked; customer feedback; and evidence from experiments.  Ideally, outcomes produced should be different – and more beneficial - than more traditional solution delivery methods, because they validate problems.  Innovation is the new competitive currency and lean start-up is the new organisational superpower. Successful lean start-up means building products that people want. Key concepts are product/market fit, minimising waste, failing fast, responding to change, supporting continuous improvement, enabling learning by doing, and delivering more customer value more often.

How can Lean Start-up be applied at an enterprise-level?

In this highly practical, real-world, one-day training course, together you’ll explore how to pragmatically apply lean start-up principles in a large organisation. Many people have read about lean start-up, or tried some of the elements in their workplaces, only to come unstuck because they’re not sure of what to do, when, and how. This course takes you through some of the key steps in getting ready for lean start-up and setting you on your journey.

About the workshop

This course is aimed at people of all levels of experience who want to learn:

  • how Lean Start-up can be used to improve success through experimenting and validation business processes

  • to set up for success – cultural and leadership imperatives to ensure the right environment for innovation and effective delivery - Executives as Investors; Teams of Hustlers, Hipsters and Hackers as Business partners

  • to understand the importance of innovation DNA and how to assess and encourage this core skillset

  • about changing organisational structure models

  • to understand the importance of innovation DNA and how to assess and encourage this core skillset

  • Thinking end-to-end across the value-chain

You’ll walk away real-world case-studies and and a kitbag of tools to create success:

  • operating system canvas, lean canvas, hypotheses, user feedback tools, experiment validation, elevator pitch, prototype development, innovation metrics
  • an end-to-end customer-centric model of Design Thinking, Lean Experimentation, Agile Delivery and Lean Change

About Penelope Barr

Penelope is a globally-recognised and award winning, innovator, intrapreneur, and technologist. Her work has been recognised with Innovation and Technology awards in 5 countries. She has an exciting track record in helping organisations solve complex problems. 20+ years in global digital and technology roles, building products, leading teams and managing large transformational change programs means Penelope brings a wealth of experience to the conversation.

Penelope coaches individuals, teams and organisations in lean start-up, at start-ups, not-for-profits and corporates. She’s known for strong facilitation and training skills and engages with energy and enthusiasm.