In our book The Corporate Startup, we describe what an innovation ecosystem is and how you can build an innovation ecosystem within your company. An
Apart from the well known adagium it is the most common answer I get when talking to companies about their most urgent reasons to innovate.
The other week at the Lean Startup Summit I introduced our ROI calculator in a couple of innovation accounting roundtable sessions. The sessions were overbooked
-”Ok, we agree, let’s try innovation. We’ll start slow, with 2 or 4 startups and see what happens”. I have heard this often enough. It seems a logical thing to do, try something first. The problem lies in the fact that people often forget that investing in ideas is, and always will be, a betting game. So the chances of these two or four startups becoming a success are slim considering the odds of 2 out of 10 will make it big.
“-Can you tell me what you would look for in a startup so I can properly build my MVP?” I am at a Meetup where
Once you have filled in your NEXT Canvas, you are stuck with a pile of stickies filled with assumptions. Do they all need to be
Photo credits; Marcos Ojeda As we have mentioned before, one of the beliefs in our investment thesis is: “The time of the unicorn is over. We
This is Part 4 of our Lean Startup series. One of the most important tools or experiments you can do throughout the search for your
In the previous post, I introduced the lean startup methodology by Eric Ries. He defines two phases in a startup. There is a Customer Discovery
The Lean Startup, Running lean, The four steps to epiphany, we have all read the books. We use the Business Model Canvas and build MVP’s.