Throwback Thursday: My Posts & Podcasts on #LeanStartup since 2010


As I mentioned the past two days (see my posts from Tuesday and Wednesday about “The Five Whys”), I was at the annual Lean Startup Conference in San Francisco.

I've been sharing highlights and quotes on Twitter and I'll do a post next week about the 2015 event.

If this is all new to you, below are some of my posts (and podcasts) about Eric Ries and the Lean Startup methodology over the last five years or so… click on any of the images for the post.

My first post about the methodology after seeing Eric give a talk at MIT in late 2009:

My first podcast with Eric about his book:

A podcast that I did with Eric, where he shared his reflections on Taiichi Ohno for what would have been Ohno's 100th birthday:

See more Lean Startup related podcasts:

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A post I wrote recently about some of the confusion about Lean, Lean Production, Lean Healthcare, and Lean Startup terms:

A post I wrote after the 2013 Lean Startup Conference about Toyota experimenting with Lean Startup methods:

Two posts I wrote about the talk given by John Shook, of the Lean Enterprise Institute, at the 2013 event:

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Here is the 5-minute “Ignite” talk that I gave at the 2012 event, on the topic of Lean Design & Lean Startup:

And a post I did about reflections from Womack and Ries:

And here's a blog post and a video of Eric talking about the term “Lean”:

I hope this gets you up to speed on the Lean Startup methodology… and that it prompts some discussion about the applicability in different settings and the complementary nature with Lean Healthcare and Lean Manufacturing.

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