Ideas From Eric Ries’ The Lean Startup

In this 45 second PAREable, learn how to develop a sustainable business model through rapid prototyping and feedback.

Actionable Do:

  • Focus the whole team at finding a sustainable business model. The faster the model is found, the likelier the start-up is to succeed.
  • Do learn through a scientific approach, constant validate your learnings.
  • Validate your hypotheses by speaking with real customers.
  • Move from believing to knowing by testing the value and growth hypotheses of your product.
  • Test the demand of your product by building a minimal viable product.
  • Build-measure-learn cycle as fast as possible will get you to your sustainable business model as soon as possible.
  • Split-test all your features to distinguish what would be valuable to your customers and what would be a waste of time.
  • Pick an engine of growth(sticky, viral, or paid) and focus.
  • Must examine the right metric, not superficial metrics that doesn’t help you towards your goal.

Actionable Don’t:

  • Start-ups cannot be managed by traditional strategies due to its lack of a past.
  • Don’t be afraid of pivoting your fundemental core assumptions.

Thinkable:

  • The main goal for a start-up is to find and build a sustainable business model.
  • Value hypothesis assumes a product will be accepted by early adopters.
  • Growth hypothesis assumes a product will appeal to a larger group of people later.

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