I shared a summary of the Lean Launchpad structure we are using to support the early-stage startups last year.
Humbled and excited to be invited to explain the Lean Startup methodology to startups in the CurveUP program in Sri Lanka.
“At our fifth Lean Innovation Educators Summit, we discussed the role of the university and other important organizations in supporting the critical mission of preparing the next generation of entrepreneurs and innovators. Attendees gleaned insights from keynote speaker Rich Lyons, the Chief Innovation and Entrepreneurship Officer of the University of California at Berkeley, about the opportunities and challenges faced by the Lean Innovation Educators community.”
It’s that time of year again! Happy to report that the Digitalhub Aachen has invited me back to help this year’s incubated early-stage startups too.
This year too we’re running 10 early-stage startups through the Lean Launchpad (LLP) model from Stanford by the father of the Lean Startup movement Steve Blank, for 4 months, meeting weekly to report progress and receive peer review.
The Lean Launchpad format
The reporting format for the peer-review; data talks, bullshit walks