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Lean Start-up

Transforming the Way We Do Business

"The Lean Start-up method is not about cost,

it is about speed."


Author of "The Lean Startup"



Most start-ups fail. But many of those failures are preventable. The Lean Start-up is a new approach being adopted across the globe, changing the way companies are built and new products are launched.

The Lean Start-up methodology was initially created for start-ups but can also be used by established companies that want to innovate and remain competitive. Companies such as Dropbox, AirBnB, Uber, Stripe, and Zappos have successfully implemented the Lean Start-up methodology, and established companies such as General Electric, Toyota, Microsoft, Intuit, and Ericsson have used Lean Start-up principles to innovate and stay ahead of the competition.

This presentation provides a comprehensive introduction to Lean Start-up methodology, covering its principles, practices, mindsets and benefits. The presentation is designed to equip you with the knowledge and tools necessary to apply Lean Start-up methodology in your own businesses or projects. The Lean Start-up methodology is fully compatible with Lean Thinking and Design Thinking approaches.

You will learn about the history and definition of Lean Start-up, as well as its importance in today's business landscape. The presentation will cover the core principles of Lean Start-up, including customer-centricity, rapid experimentation, Minimum Viable Product (MVP), and pivot and persevere. You will also explore the practices of Lean Start-up, such as the business model canvas, lean canvas, customer development, agile development, and lean analytics.

Throughout the presentation, you will gain an understanding of the benefits of Lean Start-up, including reduced risk of failure, faster time-to-market, improved customer satisfaction, and increased innovation. The presentation will also provide practical guidance on implementing Lean Start-up methodology, including overcoming common challenges and roadblocks, and creating a Lean Start-up culture.

By the end of the presentation, you will be equipped with the skills and knowledge necessary to apply Lean Start-up methodology to launch a successful business or product. You will also develop a Lean Start-up mindset that emphasizes customer-centricity, rapid experimentation, and continuous learning.

Note: This training package includes:

  1. Lean Startup PPT training presentation (PowerPoint format)

  2. Lean Startup Methodology poster (PDF format, in color and monochrome, printable in A3 size)

  3. Build-Measure-Learn Process poster (PDF format, in color and monochrome, printable in A3 size)

Learning Objectives

  1. Understand the principles and practices of Lean Start-up methodology.

  2. Identify the benefits of adopting a Lean Start-up approach.

  3. Acquire knowledge on the Lean Start-up tools and techniques to validate assumptions, test hypotheses, and improve their product or service.

  4. Develop a Lean Start-up mindset that emphasizes customer-centricity, rapid experimentation, and continuous learning.

  5. Apply the Lean Start-up methodology to launch a successful business or product or service.


1.  Introduction and Key Concepts of Lean Start-up

  • Definition of Lean Start-up

  • History of Lean Start-up Methodology

  • Myths of Lean Start-up

  • Why Lean Start-up is Important in Today's Business Landscape

  • Benefits of Lean Start-up

2.  Principles and Mindset of Lean Start-up

  • Adopting a Lean Start-up Mindset

  • Principles of Lean Start-up

  • Customer-centricity

  • Rapid Experimentation

  • Minimum Viable Product (MVP)

  • Pivot and Persevere

3.  Practices of Lean Start-up

  • Business Model Canvas

  • Customer Development

  • Agile Development

  • Build-Measure-Learn

  • Lean Analytics

  • Lean Canvas

4.  Implementing the Lean Start-up Methodology

  • Key Roles in a Lean Start-up Project Team

  • Applying Lean Start-up Methodology to Launch a Business or Product or Service

  • Common Challenges and Roadblocks

  • Best Practices of Lean Start-up

  • Creating a Lean Start-up Culture

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  6. Value Proposition Canvas

  7. Business Model Canvas

  8. Service Design

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  10. Digital Transformation: Step-by-step Implementation Guide

  11. Digital Customer Service

  12. Lean Daily Management System

  13. Change Management

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