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Lean Leadership Workshop
Yeah, it's about time you and your team went LEAN.
Join us on May 31st and the Center for New Music & Learn about lean startup techniques to grow your business.
Being a lean startup means having the ability to adapt to quickly changing environments. It means building sustainable (and scalable!) business models, investing your company's time into building products (or services) to meet the needs of early customers, with the idea that the business can reduce market risk and sidestep the need for large amounts of initial project funding.
To learn more about this, we've invited Dominique Aubry President of Lean Leadership Inc. & former strategist for the Lean Startup Machine training sessions in New York City, as well as a previous partner of Lean Impact.
She joins us for a one day workshop designed to learn what it really takes to run a lean business in ways that work.
This workshop will include:
- Lean startup 101 tactics
- Lean experiment overview
- How to craft your own experiment in a five step process
- Getting out of the building
Center for New Music: 55 Taylor Street, San Francisco, CA
Dominique Aubry is a lean strategist who works with startups, enterprises and within social good organizations. She has worked for Lean Startup Machine training in NYC and Milan, Italy. She has also partners with Lean Impact as a trainer for their community nationwide. Dominique is the principal of her own management firm focusing on leadership and lean strategies.
For the Recap of this event please click here!
- 8:30am - Doors open & Breakfast
- 9:00am - Welcome & overview of the day
- 9:15am - What is Lean: understanding the world of continuous improvement
- 9:30am - History of Lean and the Quality Movement
- 10:00am - The Lean Startup - The Business, canvas, lean methodologies & case studies
- 10:45am - Running an experiment: Identify your early adopter, 5 step interview process, 4 square data collection, javelin board review
- 12:00pm - Lunch
- 12:45pm - Teams and Experiment Set Up
- 1:45pm - Get Out the Building Experiment 1
- 2:45pm - Experiment 1 Data Review
- 3:30pm - Get Out the Building Experiment 2
- 4:30pm - Experiment 2 Data Review
- 5:15pm - Wrap Up
- 5:30pm - Workshop ends
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