The Lean Startup
by Eric Ries
The Lean Startup
by Eric Ries
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Calvin Rosser Calvin Rosser recommended:
At the time of its publication, this was an innovative, scientific approach to developing a great product and scaling a business under conditions of extreme uncertainty. Ries defines and discusses many concepts that are now mainstream in the startup world, including validated learning, minimum viable products, vanity metrics, and agile development. If you are at all interested in entrepreneurship, this is a must read.
Jono Child Jono Child recommended:
The clearest book for those thinking about starting a startup or for those trying to understand whether to invest in a startup. It provides a practical path for the founder to work through his ideas in an efficient lean way
Purple Blob Purple Blob recommended:
Beneficial to B2C entrepreneurs, but highly applicable to B2B also.
Erik Garcia Erik Garcia recommended:
A general but helpful survey to initial issues most startups face
Left Productions Left Productions recommended:
Everyone should read this!
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