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“A LEAN STARTUP is a human institution or lean innovation designed to create a new product, service, or organization under conditions of extreme uncertainty”
(The above is a combination of Eric Ries’s definition of a “startup” and “lean startup.”
See Eric Ries’s book, “The Lean Startup”)
Steve Jobs had extraordinary success while executing Lean Startup projects. But did Steve Jobs use the Lean Startup methodology?
The presentation below posits that Steve Jobs used key principles, ideas, and elements of Eric Ries's Lean Startup methodology but in a different way. The presentation also introduces Lean Startup Project Management as a one-page platform for visually planning, organizing, and managing Lean Startup projects.
Instead of the traditional focus on a tactical (performance management) dashboard, Lean Startup Project Management focuses on 3 integrated dashboards at visionary, strategic (business model/strategy), and tactical (value chain/performance management) levels. These integrated dashboards are used to comprehensively explain Steve Jobs' approach to Lean Startup Project Management.
What do you think?