Learn with the Experts

On Nov. 2 & 3, you’ll get access to:

Office Hours with Eric Ries

Get those burning questions for Eric answered during our Q&A session with attendees.

Lunch & Learns: interact with peers and experts, including:

  • Concrete facilitation techniques from Pivotal Labs that you can immediately use to make your meetings more effective
  • Translating innovation to growth with Moves the Needle, who’ll get you started in building a bridge between those seeking to protect today’s execution engine and those inventing tomorrow’s
  • Using the “Red Bead Experiment” to clarify best use of performance metrics with Mark Graban

 

Speed Mentoring

  • Tap into the amazing expertise at Lean Startup Week and apply that expertise to your specific challenges in these situations:
    • Experimentation
    • Customer development
    • User research
    • Metrics
    • Engineering and technical issues
    • People Management
    • Scaling and growth
    • Managing people and teams
    • PR
    • Marketing
    • Social media
    • Startup law
    • Corporate innovation
    • Social sector innovation
    • Venture capital
    • Entrepreneurship challenges

 

Roundtable Discussions

  • Small discussion groups led by speakers, ambassadors, and experts, each of whom will be posing a question based on issues connected to enterprise, startups, and Lean Impact for you to discuss solutions to as a group

 

Interactive Breakout Sessions, Including:

  • Engineering your startup to innovate at scale with Randy Shoup, VP of Engineering at Stitch Fix
  • Organizational assessments to improve team performance with Carbon Five’s Courtney Hemphill and Janet Brunckhorst, based on research and experience working with hundreds of companies such as the Gap, Google, StitchFix, and Autodesk
  • Also on the team theme, using lean to create high-velocity teams with Christina Wodtke, principal at Wodtke Consulting
  • Driving accelerated growth using lean marketing techniques with Pam Webber, Chief Marketing Officer, 99designs
  • A mini-workshop on overcoming barriers to Lean Startup for social good with Ann Mei Chang

Join us for Lean Startup Week on Oct. 30-Nov. 5 in San Francisco! Register here.