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About

Lean Startup is a proven method for invigorating and sustaining innovation in established companies. But understanding and introducing the practice can be a challenge.

The Lean Startup method teaches you how to drive a startup-how to steer, when to turn, and when to persevere-and grow a business with maximum acceleration.

The fundamental activity of a startup is to turn ideas into products, measure how customers respond, and then learn whether to pivot or persevere. All successful startup processes should be geared to accelerate that feedback loop.

You’ll leave with a rich understanding to get the most out of this workshops and more important, you will be able to implement Lean Startup methods in your own organization/project.

Lean Spark ISEG 2015 will focus on Lean Startup principles in the enterprise and case studies from corporate entrepreneurs, plus a real-world, hands-on exercise to help you truly learn and connect the ideas with your everyday work.

Lean Spark ISEG 2015 workshops will be is relevant for incubators, corporate entrepreneurs, executive leadership teams, product managers, functional teams (finance), as well as leaders from established companies and standalone startups.

Lean Spark ISEG 2015

Why Lean Startup methods exist?

When to use them?

The mechanics of learning from customers and testing ideas

Lean Startup principles for the enterprise

Strategies for implementing these principles within your established organization

Terms like MVP, pivots, validated learning, product/market fit, customer development, innovation accounting and cross-functional teams

Programme

FRIDAY 11TH SEPTEMBER

17h30 Doors Open: Sign to pitch, networking
18h30 Welcome & Introduction – Manuel Laranja ISEG/LCreation
18h45 Pitches, 50 seconds
19h15 Vote and register teams
19h30 Dinner
20h00 Workshop I – Customer Development, Lean Startup, Experiment Board (Manuel Tanger – Beta i)
20h40 Workshop II – Case Study: Best Practice in Customer Validation (João Romão – GetSocial)
21h00 Teams Begin Working – Design the first experiment
23h00 Venue closes

Teams GET OUT OF THE BUILDING – field work

FRIDAY 18TH SEPTEMBER

18h00 Doors Open, Coffee networking
18h30 Groups pitch on their week achievements
19h30 Dinner
20h00 Workshop III Case study: Best Practice e Solution Validation (Hugo Silva – Plux & Isabel Ferreira – Bright Knowledge)
20h40 Teams working – pivoting
23h00 Venue closes

Teams GET OUT OF THE BUILDING – field work

FRIDAY 25TH SEPTEMBER

18h00 Doors Open, Coffee networking
18h30 Groups pitch on their week achievements
19h30 Dinner
20h00 Workshop IV Case Study: Applying Lean Startup (António Lucena de Faria – Fabrica de Startups & Paul Boyce – PopCorn Metrics)
20h40 Teams working
23h00 Venue closes

SATURDAY 26TH SEPTEMBER

09h30 Doors Open, Coffee Served
10h00 Final presentation Slides Due
10h30 Judges Take Seats and Begin Final Presentations
12h00 Presentations Finish
12h30 Winners Announced
13h00 Venue Closes

The Team

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Manuel Laranja – ISEG

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Filipe Veiga – inoDev

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João Caldeira Cabral – inoDev

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Bárbara Rodrigues – inoDev

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João Matos – LEAP

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Mónica Ribeiro – Moimoi Portugal

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Raquel Carvalho – ISEG Junior Business Consulting

“Startup success can be engineered by following the process, which means it can be learned, which means it can be taught.” Eric Ries

The Mentors

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João Romão
CEO at GetSocial.io

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Angela Pinto
Pfizer Portugal

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Fernando Valente
IPS Setúbal

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Hugo Silva
PLUX

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Paul Boyce

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António Grilo
FCT UNL

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Susana Branco
Busigners

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João Vasques
Wazza

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Filipe Veiga
inoDev

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Bárbara Rodrigues
inoDev

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Fernando Mendes
Coworklisboa

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Pedro Rebordão
Lispolis

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Herique Carreiro
NOVA IMS

Book Your Place

EARLY BIRD UNTIL 10 JULY 120€

LATE FEE AFTER 10 JULY 150€

PopCorn Metrics Free Usage Services For 6 Months: Startup, Business Or Freelancer Services Plans.

Prize for the Winner team

Lispolis (Incubadora de Empresas Tecnológicas) offers three months free in Lisbpolis incubator.

Inodev, will give The Winner Team support to the business model, technical advice and financing support to start up the business company.

After filling the form you will receive further instructions on how to submit your payment.

Story

Lean startup” is a term coined and trademarked[1] by Eric Ries. His method advocates creation of rapid prototypes that test market assumptions, and uses customer feedback in an effort to evolve the design faster than more traditional product development practices, such as the Waterfall model.[2] It is not uncommon to see Lean Startups release new code to production multiple times a day,[3] often using a practice called continuous deployment.

According to the New York Times, “The term ‘lean start-up’ was coined by Mr. Ries, 31, an engineer, entrepreneur and blogger. His inspiration, he says, was the lean manufacturing process, fine-tuned in Japanese factories decades ago and focused on eliminating any work or investment that doesn’t produce value for customers.” [4]

Lean startup is sometimes described as Lean Thinking applied to the entrepreneurial process.[5] A central tenet of Lean Thinking is to reduce waste. Lean startup processes reduce waste by increasing the frequency of contact with real customers, therefore testing and avoiding incorrect market assumptions as early as possible.[6]

In The Entrepreneur’s Guide to Customer Development, Brant Cooper and Patrick Vlaskovits add a fourth element—powerful, low-cost, easy-to-use analytics. While some characteristics of lean startups have been practiced for years, the confluence of these trends is a recent[when?] phenomenon that increases the speed of iteration or “number of learning cycles per dollar”, as a business homes in on a product-market fit.[7]

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Do you know …

Why 85% Of Startups Fail?

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What problem does our product solve for them?

How many of them are there?

And how will we reach them?

ORGANIZERS

ISEG
Lisbon Creation
ISEG jUNIOR
inoDev
Leap
MoiMoi Portugal

SPONSORS

Web Design VIP
PopCorn Metrics
LISPOLIS
inoDev

CONTACT US

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