Lean Innovation Guide
A proven approach for innovation successPaperback Engels 2023 9789063696689
With the Lean Progress Model, author David Griesbach developed a tool that quickly and purposefully guides you through the Lean Innovation process. You will know at all times where your project stands, which questions are still open-ended and what needs to be done next.
In addition, the illustrations throughout the book support the text and turn this book into a practical guide that takes you through the startup and innovation process. In this book, you will find a proven approach to guide you and your colleagues to innovation success, helping you to move faster, be more focused, and innovate the business. The book provides an easy-to-follow approach to driving change in any business or startup and is a must-have for anyone looking to succeed in innovation.
Any new business idea, product or service will be developed more efficiently, faster, and more focused using this model. Author David Griesbach is an author, enabler, lecturer and speaker. He works at the intersection of strategy, innovation and organisational change. With his consulting firm Griesbach Consulting, he advises middle- and large-sized companies on these topics. He is one of the Lean Startup experts in Europe and has coached hundreds of Lean Startup projects. Griesbach resides in Switzerland, where he lectures at the University of Applied Sciences Lucerne.
Part 1 – Lean innovation: Introduction
What is Lean innovation?
The future is Lean
Part 2 – The Lean progress model
Introduction to the model
Success factor 1: Problem. Is it relevant?
Success factor 2: Solution. Is the solution better?
Success factor 3: Potential. Is it worth it?
Success factor 4: Viability. Can we and do we want to?
Success factor 5: Scalability. How quickly can we grow?
Success factor 6: Traction. How positively do customers react?
Part 3 – Applying the model
The model in the startup and innovation process
Case study: ‘empty space exchange’
The seven innovation patterns
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- Financieel management
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- Persoonlijke effectiviteit
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