Join Aneesh Chopra and Eric Ries on June 4th as they discuss how to apply Lean Startup principles beyond technology and business.

As companies are increasingly pushed to do more with less, adopting methods that shorten the path to innovation and allow quick iteration is critical. Lean Startup is a method designed to increase experimentation, alleviate uncertainty, and minimize risk in organizations large, small, new, and established.

In our first webcast to kick off 2015, Eric Ries and Aneesh Chopra, the former CTO for the United States, will discuss how Lean Startup is being used in government organizations and healthcare companies to reform their services, and improve how they do business.

Aneesh is a past speaker and Lean Startup Conference faculty member, and this webcast will be a great way to get a taste of the caliber of learning and content available at the 2015 Lean Startup Conference, coming up in November.

Whether you’re starting a new business, are an innovator working inside a larger organization, or are leading change for a non-profit, you’ll take away key lessons from this discussion on how to apply Lean Startup principles in an entirely new way.

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