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The quick read, in case you are in a hurry.
The Lean Startup:
How Today’s Entrepreneurs Use Continuous Innovation to Create Radically Successful Businesses
The Startup Owner’s Manual:
The Step-By-Step Guide for Building a Great Company
The Four Steps to the Epiphany:
Successful Strategies for Products That Win
Applying Lean Principles to Improve User Experience
The Corporate Startup:
How established companies can develop successful innovation ecosystems
Value Proposition Design:
How to Create Products and Services Customers Want
Business Model Generation:
A Handbook for Visionaries, Game Changers, and Challengers
Understanding Design Thinking, Lean, and Agile
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Steve blank is a serial entrepreneur and Silicon Valley veteran. Hes is basically the founding father the movement. He was also the one who inspired Eric Ries to write his best seller by the same name.
I first met Shawn Carolan and his wife Jennifer at the turn of the century at 11,000 feet. I was hiking with my kids between the Yosemite High Sierra camps. Having just retired from a career as an entrepreneur I had started thinking abou... [ Read the full story ... ]
This post previously appeared in Real Clear Defense. The Latin phrase E Pluribus Unum – Out of Many, One – is our de facto national motto. It was a rallying cry of our founders as they built a single unified nation from a collection of... [ Read the full story ... ]
A version of this story previously appeared in Defense One. The story of RYAN and Able Archer is an oft-told lesson of a U.S. intelligence failure, miscalculation, and two superpowers unaware they were on the brink of an accidental nucle... [ Read the full story ... ]
During the Cold War U.S. diplomatic and military alliances existed to defend freedom around the world. Today, these alliances are being reshaped to respond to Russian threats to the Baltics and Eastern Europe and to China’s economic, mil... [ Read the full story ... ]
A version of this article – co-authored with Raj Shah and Joe Felter – previously appeared in War On The Rocks. After hearing from 20+ guest speakers, including two Secretaries of Defense, Generals, Admirals and Policy makers in our Tech... [ Read the full story ... ]
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Curated news on systematically starting up and how to really achieve intrapreneurship within corporate environments from the creators of the Business Model Canvas. Always a pleasure to read.
Entrepreneurs and corporate innovators alike often struggle to figure out when a hypothesis is validated. Because it isn’t as simple as we’d like to believe. [ Read the full story ... ]
In our work with companies, we have observed significant changes in the attitudes that leadership has towards innovation. Leaders now value innovation as the most important driver of growth. But even with leadership having un... [ Read the full story ... ]
Valve Software - one of the top video game makers in the world - is a fascinating example of culture and business modeling that highlights the difference between R&D innovation and business model innovation. [ Read the full story ... ]
Remote teamwork is here to stay and we’re not close to give up the office. Teams will increasingly have to juggle among communication channels and platforms to adapt to their rapidly evolving workplace. [ Read the full story ... ]
It is important for leaders to understand the difference between effective innovation management and true innovation theater. Because many of the practices associated with lean startup and design thinking can create real valu... [ Read the full story ... ]
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Great blog by Ralph-Christian Ohr, who especially focuses on the challenges of agile approaches within established corporations. He is a strong advocate of dual corporate innovation management (ambidextrous organization).
Our Dual Innovation approach and key ideas of “Scaling-Up Corporate Startups” (co-authored by Frank Mattes and me) were recently featured at the InnoUpdate vlog, run by Maarten Korz. Maarten characterizes Dual Innovation as Ambidexterity... [ Read the full story ... ]
From frequent discussions and readings I have come to realize the following: Agility and Ambidexterity can be considered two distinct organizational capabilities and design aspects for future-proof companies (-to-be) that often get mixed... [ Read the full story ... ]
PWC’s strategy consulting arm Strategy& recently surveyed 50 Chief Information Officers (CIOs) and Chief Digital Officers (CDOs) across Germany, Switzerland and Austria (with additional samples from the US, Japan and the Netherlands). Th... [ Read the full story ... ]
Recently, Karolin Frankenberger from University of St. Gallen gave a worthwile presentation, one chart of which neatly illustrates why Dual Innovation is essential nowadays: Digitally transforming a company calls for true ambidexterity, ... [ Read the full story ... ]
Read all the articles at https://integrative-innovation.net.
Ash is an influential business blogger who gets featured regularly in Inc. Magazine, Forbes, and Fortune. We like his contributions.
(This is guest post by Alejandra Gonzalez, a seasoned business model strategist, product owner, and innovation coach.In this post, Alejandra shares her perspectives on when and how to incorporate lean, agile, and design thinking into you... [ Read the full story ... ]
Getting to product/market fit (aka the inflection point in the hockey-stick curve when a product's traction starts rapidly growing) is one of the most significant milestones for a startup. The challenge, of course, is that product/market... [ Read the full story ... ]
Successful businesses are more alike than unalike. They share a common universal goal and employ a systematic approach to building a… [ Read the full story ... ]
Time is our scarcest resource. Other resources like money and people can fluctuate up and down, but time only moves in one direction. [ Read the full story ... ]
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Setting up experiments does not come easy to anyone new to agile ways of working. The ‘NEXT Tool’ helps with that. It was originally developed for employees at Intuit, who struggled to increase their amount of experiments.