Lean Startup: It Rocks Far More than Agile « The Hacker Chick Blog

Joshua Kerievsky posted this most excellent table illustrating some of the differences between Agile and Lean Startup.

I think this is so awesome because it shows how much more real everything is in Lean Startup.

Take Velocity vs. AARRR (AARRR are Dave McClure’s startup metrics that measure things like how many people are visiting your site, buying your product, etc.). In Agile, we measure progress with Velocity, we say “how much software did we develop this week?” Lean Startup says “Who the hell cares how much software we developed this week – how many people bought our product or used our software” – you know, the things we actually care about.

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12 Tips for Customer Development Interviews (revised) — giffconstable.com

12 Tips for Customer Development Interviews (revised)

by Giff on July 29, 2011

A year ago, I gave a talk at the very first Lean Startup Machine about giving customer development interviews. Tomorrow, I am doing the same with a new batch of LSM warriors and I have revised and updated my list (and accompanying text) as follows:

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Fred Wilson interviewed on Lean Startup — giffconstable.com

Fred Wilson interviewed on Lean Startup

by Giff on November 3, 2011

In September, Fred Wilson was generous with his time and joined our NYC Lean Startup Meetup to discuss lean startup ideas and other related topics. The event was video-taped and you can browse through all the clips at the below link.

The video editor broke up the interview into smaller chunks, which hopefully you find easier to browse. In most cases, we’ve cropped out everything but Fred’s answer. It was a very interesting session and I hope you enjoy!

Fred Wilson interviewed on Lean Startup

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