“customer-development” Archives

Entry Author Date Location
How Startups Can Run Better Landing Page Tests 04/07/16 Boston
Keep Calm and Test the Hypothesis 06/23/14 San Francisco
The Real Meaning of “Minimum Viable Product” 06/02/14 San Francisco
Get the Heck Out of the Building in Founder’s School: Part 2 03/18/14 San Francisco
Why Companies Are Not Startups 03/12/14 San Francisco
Steve Blank’s UCSF Class Tests “Evidence-Based Entrepreneurship” 10/09/13 San Francisco
The Lean LaunchPad Educators Class 06/18/13 San Francisco
Fundraising Is a Means, Not an End 06/11/13 San Francisco
Why Too Many Startups Suck 09/21/12 New York
Vision or Hallucination? Founders and Pivots 08/29/12 San Francisco
Entrepreneurship for the 99 Percent 06/04/12 San Francisco
Killing Your Startup By Listening to Customers 02/27/12 San Francisco
Nabeel Hyatt on the Next Consumer Startup Model: Metrics + Creative 02/14/12 Boston
Scientists Morph Into Entrepreneurs Through NSF I-Corps Program 12/19/11 San Francisco
Anti-Lean Startup: Yottaa Yearns for Big, Fast Growth by Hiring Global Workforce 08/29/11 Boston
Eric Ries, the Face of the Lean Startup Movement, on How a Once-Insane Idea Went Mainstream 07/06/11 San Francisco
Eric Ries and the Origins of the Lean Startup Theory—The Full Xconomy Interview 07/06/11 San Francisco
An Ode to Error: Entrepreneurship and the Importance of Being Wrong 06/17/11 National
One Hand Clapping: Entrepreneurship in Ann Arbor 04/07/11 Detroit Ann Arbor
The Lean LaunchPad at Stanford—Class 4: Customer Hypotheses 04/04/11 San Francisco
Napkin Entrepreneurs 03/29/11 San Francisco
Startup Guru Steve Blank Says It’s Time for E-Schools, Not B-Schools 03/09/11 San Francisco
In Utah, Developing the Science of Entrepreneurship 01/27/11 San Francisco
Architexa Grows Up at MassChallenge, Seeks to Help Developers “Understand” Complex Software 10/12/10 Boston
Customer Development by the Numbers 10/07/10 Boston
LearnBoost Bets on Better Tools for Teachers 07/28/10 San Francisco
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