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Good to Great. Take a look at Steve Blank's website, under his own name. Stephen Guise. Building the Successful Theater Company. I will strongly suggest that the reader to follow the instruction of the author to use this as a reference book instead of rushing through the content.
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Hardcover Verified Purchase. This is an incredible resource for how to get a startup up and running. I've been searching for a how-to guide for years and this was the first that gave a complete roadmap and many, many, many checklists! It is information heavy, much like a textbook. And it won't handhold you through certain sections, assuming you have an understanding of basic business practices, management, leadership, securing financing, marketing, etc.
But it will show you when and how differently you may implement those tools within the startup timeline. Unfortunately I have to knock it for half a star because of one nagging issue: It's like someone who designed PowerPoint presentations for a living decided to layout a book that way.
So there are a lot of bullets where there could be a different style of callout and the headers for sections aren't consistent. For instance, the author mentions a list of four elements he'll review in more detail. But then the next passage after all four has the same style also--wait, is that five elements? Let me go back and check For an already info heavy book, it makes for awkward reading. Also, I'm not a fan of the switching to semi-bold, san-serif type when mentioning elements solely for digital, but with a black and white book, you can't do something like change the page color.
Great book for product development or product management. This is a great book for anyone who is interested to do a startup.
I will strongly suggest that the reader to follow the instruction of the author to use this as a reference book instead of rushing through the content.
Apart from startup founders, I find this book to be very useful for product development as well. The author has lay out the process for the reader to follow. Normally, I will not follow strictly on the instructions of a book. This is the few books that is an exception. The general direction is great. Do not expect specific step by step instruction for each process. You will need to do your own analysis for your project.
Such as the questions to ask so that you can validate a problem or solution. I'm shocked how over-rated this book is. Everything else I've read about Lean Startup does a much better job organizing the content and presenting the material than this book does.
But don't read this one. Another problem I have with this book is the rigid and specific process for each individual step that he outlines for every facet of a company's journey. How short-sighted to think that every company would need to follow all of the same minute detail the same exact way.
His attempts to standardize the process for any startup fall flat because they're as implausible as they are dull. Kindle Edition Verified Purchase. Best entrepreneur book period. He taught those guys. I love how the author really reset your approach and lays out a clear plan on how to test and scale. Killing for the Company. The democracy owners' manual: The Lean Startup. Practical Horse Law: A Guide for Owners and Riders.
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