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Published on Oct 12, 2015
The Lean Startup methodology has disrupted businesses everywhere. As a result of a more innovative, entrepreneurial-based economy, business leaders have been forced to take a fresh look at growth opportunities and the type of organization they need to build in order to stay competitive. Born out of the startup culture, Lean Startup provides the pathway to business transformation. So, how can businesses of all sizes apply Lean Startup principles to modernize and foster continuous innovation? In this special event, Eric Ries, author of The Lean Startup and the Kickstarter-backed Leader’s Guide, sits down with entrepreneur Leslie Bradshaw, Managing Partner of MadebyMany, to discuss next generation leaders, what it really takes to innovate, and how to create a culture that will sustain.
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