The Pragmatist's Guide to Corporate Lean Strategy [electronic resource] : Incorporating Lean Startup and Lean Enterprise Practices in Your Business / by Michael Nir.
- 1st ed. 2018.
- Berkeley, CA : Apress : Imprint: Apress, 2018.
1 online resource (186 pages)
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- Business Strategy/Leadership.
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- Use this practical, step-by-step guide on lean agile strategy to harness technological disruption at your large business to successfully advance your business rather than suffer a loss of business. The lean agile enterprise concept is demystified and translated into action as the author shares his experience with both success and major failure in areas such as healthcare, insurance, major airline, manufacturing, financial services, education, and big data. The author shares the good, the bad, and the ugly of enterprise-level adoption of lean startup practices (what we call a “lean corporation”). The book provides step-by-step instructions specifically targeted to technologists in multiple roles—from CEO to a developer on the ground—on how to build a “lean agile corporation” and avoid common traps. Building on the experience of the “lean startup” framework of Steven Blank and Eric Reis, this book takes these concepts to the enterprise level by providing tips and best practice guidelines, sharing “horror stories” and common anti-patterns in a fun and engaging way. What You'll Learn: Discover how you can contribute to your company as it becomes a lean agile corporation and survives technological and digital disruption Beat Facebook, Amazon, Apple, and Google at their own game by using methods they use to quickly experiment with new services and features Understand how to advance your career in a lean startup framework Know how you can trace your company’s success to your daily work .
- Chapter 1: Get into the Entrepreneurial Mindset
Part 1: Five Lessons from Lean Startup Thinking
Chapter 2: Start with the Customer in Mind
Chapter 3: Define and Communicate Mission and Vision
Chapter 4: Synthesize an Integrative Operating Model
Chapter 5: Identify Metrics that Matter
Chapter 6: Pivot or Persevere
Part 2: Five Techniques to Succeed
Chapter 7: First 30 Days
Chapter 8: First 90 days
Chapter 9: First 12 Months
Part 3: Lessons in Building a Corporate Startup
Chapter 10: Achieve and Retain Leadership Support
Chapter 11: Consider the Corporate Culture
Chapter 12: Evangelize across the Enterprise
Chapter 13: Summary.-.
- Publisher Number:
- 10.1007/978-1-4842-3537-9 doi
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