Running Lean: Iterate from Plan A to a Plan That Works Hardcover – Mar 9 2012
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About the Author
Ash Maurya is the founder of USERcycle. Since bootstrapping his last company seven years ago, he has launched five products and one peer-to-web application framework. Throughout this time he has been in search of better, faster ways for building successful products. Ash has more recently been rigorously applying Customer Development and Lean Startup techniques to his products.
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Ash tries to answer this question by providing clean path to the success. By describing various aspects of running project he will show you issues that are particularly worth addressing. I have to admit that Ash provides you with lots of valuable information regarding issues you will probably encounter during project.
Generally, problem with this kind of books is that evaluating provided solutions is very hard. You can't definitely tell that solution will work for you as well. In 'Running Lean' you go through various aspects of running business with CloudFire project in a background ' serving as example. Question is whether solutions good for CloudFire will be good for you?
One thing I definitely found interesting in the book was Lean canvas ' variation on a Business Model Canvas. Comparing to Business Model Canvas it better fits small projects. In fact, Lean canvas can be applied not only to a whole project but to a single task as well. This is quite convenient if you want to describe the tasks before proceeding with solving it.
In general, I think this book addresses some general issues but covers topic too much narrow. It is hard to tell how it fits into general concepts of running projects if you don't have any other sources related to the topic at your bookshelf.
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You probably heard that its a must for any startup entrepreneur , it is.Published 6 months ago by Serge B
One of the best books anyone launching a startup (especially online) can read.Published 14 months ago by Mr. Joshua Taylor
I really like the book! It has a very easy to follow methodology for startups. I would really recommend this book! Its quite usefull.Published on July 21 2014 by Carlos
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