Month: February 2016

Cleaning Out the Old School Mindset

Managed by Q cofounder Dan Teran once worked with companies that were designed to reject change, as he so eloquently phrases it. He’s witnessed firsthand the resistance executives show as they ignore, to their own…

Going The Distance; We’re All in This Together

Lean Startup Co. was started to ensure that anyone, anywhere, would have access to the methodology, no matter your budget, location, or industry. We’re shooting for the moon, helping everyone who needs us develop the…

Meet Our Supergroup of Corporate Innovators

One is the loneliest number. You get all fired up about modernizing the way your company does things, only to find that momentum stalled by any number of downers. Rigid managers. Employees who are terrified…

Our Two-Day Bootcamp in Corporate Innovation

You want to create serious, lasting change in your corporation’s processes and products and it’s causing you some serious migraines? We get it. But luckily we also happen to know some amazing corporate trailblazers who…

Running A Lean Startup within GE

As the oldest company on the stock exchange, GE might not seem like a candidate for most innovation, but to Johanna Wellington, CEO of GE Fuels, it makes perfect sense. “You don’t survive that long…

Bringing the Lean Process to Big Finance Corporations

The Lean Startup methodology is often associated with innovative, small companies, but Andrew Breen, VP of Product Delivery at American Express, says he actually considers it a somewhat conservative approach. Not because it doesn’t enable…