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3 hours • $149 per person • Available for teams and groups
The lean startup movement has gained popularity with innovators around the globe as a structured approach to rapidly explore and test new ideas in the most resource efficient way.
This hands-on workshop will take you on a journey of learning how to run lean solution experiments, including how to define your products core assumptions, developing a 'minimal viable product', as well as how to facilitate a structured "build-measure-learn" iterative testing process.
In our fast moving world, the ability to rapidly explore new ideas is critical to the success of our opportunity pipeline. The lean startup framework helps us quickly test new ideas by replacing long-winded business cases with experiments that focus on producing evidence-based insights, ultimately resulting in better business outcomes.
This workshop is for any one interested in improving the way they plan, develop and test new ideas, products or solutions. From designers, startup founders, business owners or marketers - everyone is welcome.
To make the session as practical as possible, please bring a solution or idea that you will like to focus on during the activities.
Understand the lean startup framework, it's origins and explore case studies on how lean startup has helped organisations innovate in a variety of industries.
How to develop the first version of your product or solution through the creation of a 'minimal viable product'.
How to test your core assumptions by running a 'build-measure-learn' experiment process, as well as how to capture and synthesise core insights.
Nate Sturcke is passionate educator and supporter of the local Perth innovation ecosystem. Over the last 5 years Nate has worked with over 1,000 entrepreneurs through a variety of programs, including the Silicon-Valley based Founder Institute accelerator; Google-backed Startup Weekend; and RAC SeedSpark seed fund. In both 2017 and 2018, Nate was awarded the WA Startup Community award for his role in promoting early stage entrepreneurship throughout the state.
"A great workshop, fully loaded with inspiration for real-world application of innovation principles."
Amanda, SME Director