The Lean Startup was published by Eric Ries 10 years ago in 2011. How did it fare across time? In my opinion, it hasn’t aged a bit. It’s still utterly accurate, so clear-cut phrased, as illustrated by selected punchlines from the book.
Knowledge Circulation, Business Model innovation, APIs, Iteration, and Pitfalls
Innovation organization only thrives along with innovation culture
Innovation organization doesn’t thrive without innovation culture: organization without culture is like a factory without raw materials; culture without organization doesn’t scale.
‘Inspired’ book by Marty Cagan, how to create tech products customers love
Inspired by Marty Cagan guides you in your way to attract the right people, to build the right product with the right process. Design tech products customers love, and that will work for your business!
Make sure your innovation succeed with The Right It, by Alberto Savoia
With his book The right it, Alberto Savoia goes one step further, and takes us thoroughly through the process of testing an innovation idea: formulating the assumptions, to test, imagining the suited pretotyping tools and activating them cheap, and interpreting the results wisely.
Empower people to create extraordinary products: ‘Empowered’ book by Marty Cagan, with Chris Jones
Empowered by Marty Cagan gives the tools, mindset, and practical insights to excel as a product leader, and create the environment for success.
Key success factors for corporate innovation, with Michelle Gomes
Michelle Gomes is a strategic thinker and experienced agile product manager. She brilliantly shares key success factors to lead an innovation project.
Atelier Louis Zero: Spot, Play, Go,… Zero!
Louis Zero is a strategic design workshop, and not a digital agency. Strategic design stands for shaping impactful products, services and business models. As a workshop, it’s open to all, from debates and meetings to playground for companies.
Turning your corporate assets in new ventures with Five by Five
What if the the businesses of tomorrow already exist within yours? Five by Five explains how they help large companies to transform their unexplored potential and underutilised assets into new business opportunities.
Obratori, one-stop shopping for startups: incubation services, and funding
With Obratori L’OCCITANE Innovation Lab, and Venture Fund, startups can find incubation services, and funding in one place.
A reorganization viewed from the inside, with Fly The Nest
Since our first article with Fly The Nest in November 2016, it has come a long way…
The missing step for start-ups who want to scale-up
Though the Product/Market fit is the step that precedes scaling in B2C markets, it seems an additional step is necessary in B2B markets claims David Skok: B2B founders don’t reach consistent results when turning up on sales & marketing, and a lot of cash is burn.
Scale-Up Canvas: a tool for entre(intra)preneurs who want to scale-up
There is less framework when it’s time to move your start-up to a scale-up in the corporate environment. Why not designing a canvas for scale-up, borrowing the familiar business model canvas structure?
Introduction to the 100 Task Startup playbook with Martin Bell
Martin Bell is a global startup advisor, angel investor, and Founder & CEO of Bell Ventures. He was previously with … More
Intrapreneurship and Startups Studio at Orange, from season 1 to season 3
Intrapreneurship is about opening the innovation doors to every employee, and build on his resilience to bring an innovative product faster to the market. What have we learned from creating the Intrapreneurs Studio at Orange? Surely that’s intrapreneurship is not only about innovation, but also about human development.
Corporate ‘Scaling-Up’: Joining the Peer Group to Solve the Challenges
Internal startups and corporate intrapreneurs are facing difficulties to scale, just like usual startups struggle at transforming their first customers … More