Tag Archive: lean startup

Mar 03

Should You Have Faith in Lean Startups (or In Your Startup)?

Technology Adoption Lifecycle

Ash Maurya is asking a very good question: Do you have faith in lean startups? He goes on to digest the “faith” in lean startups and cautions the practitioners to have a healthy dose of skeptism: Observe the Stockdale Paradox at play – faith of ultimate result must be compartmentalized from the brutal confrontation of …

Continue reading »

Share

Mar 01

Recruiting and Attracting Technical Talents

Summary of the┬áthread over in Lean Startup Circles discussing how to compensate technical talents, which then turn into its prerequisite on attracting the talent in the first place: It is currently a supplier’s market – there are more demands for technical talents than there are supplies Startup’s compete with each other, as well as with …

Continue reading »

Share

Feb 24

Lean Startup != Cheap Startup

One of the biggest misconceptions about the Lean startup concept is “Lean = Cheap”, i.e. the startup will be under-capitalized, the team should live off little, etc. Encouraging a start-up to run on a little budget is almost redundant, by nature a start-up has very little capital and especially when pre-revenue, founders often work very …

Continue reading »

Share